It all sounds so easy but actively engaging with charity stakeholders in a multi-channel world is an increasingly challenging task, finds Diane Sim.
Facebook has bowed to pressure from campaigners and included the option for a ‘panic button’ on UK users’ homepages, allowing them to report inappropriate behaviour to the child protection watchdog CEOP.
Great Ormond Street Hospital and Sightsavers have been named as the best exponents of online legacy fundraising, but there remains more to do for many other charities.
Niroo Rad outlines the best approach to selecting a software vendor, organising an implementation project and carrying out that implementation on time and on budget.
It is vital that the voices suggesting the change are heard by the ears that need to hear it and until we understand and map that cross functional landscape, collaboration remains purely an aspiration.
St John Ambulance is tackling the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard by implementing a new system designed to monitor the security performance of its network.
Gareth Jones wonders if charities could be working with the web giants to raise money as well as fighting against them.
Gareth Jones oversees this month's roundup of IT procurement in the sector, which includes Amnesty International and Greenpeace saving money via voltage optimisation, Barnardo's adopting online meetings technology and a managed IT infrastructure for NSPCC.