See the Difference, the video-based website aiming to showcase the work of UK charities, launches today.
World Emergency Relief is holding a parallel World Cup tournament, right outside the gates of the South Africa stadia. The charity has published a film of the tournament alongside a series of short films documenting life "outside the stadium", which look at growing up in the townships, the local passion for football and the challenges facing South Africa.
Brian Shorten emphasises the importance of working with people to ensure good IT security.
Charity Technology Trust (CTT) announced yesterday a partnership with Race Online 2012 to help all UK charities have a presence online by 2012.
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.
Nick Hurd has leant his support to a new twitter topic aimed at thanking members of civil society. The minister made his comments in support of the launch of ThankQThursday, a creation of i-volunteer launched to help charities and individuals show their support for those within the sector.
Meningitis Trust will make its services mobile by launching the first iPhone application designed to aid diagnosis of the disease. The application, set for release in the coming weeks, will allow iPhone users easy access to information on the disease’s signs and symptoms.
Gareth Jones takes us through the big IT winners in the sector and notes that Shelter has switched from Vodaphone to O2 offering a boost for service provider Qubic Group.