John Tate, business consultant and a visiting lecturer at Cass Business School

Tuning in to technology

16 Feb 2015 | John Tate

John Tate is befuddled by the vast array of choice available when making a new technology investment.


Tuning in to technology

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Bullying UK merges with Parentline Plus

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Smaller charities given temporary iXBRL reprieve

Smaller incorporated charities will not have to file accounts using iXBRL format until free software is available that suits their requirements, HMRC has said.

Charities will use technology for more partnership working, says new research

Around two-thirds of charities plan to use technology to collaborate more nationally and internationally, according to new research by Lasa.

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