A software community interest company set up by the BeatBullying Group in 2012 is almost a year late filing its first set of accounts.
In tough economic times, more and more organisations are looking to merge, but what does this mean for their IT infrastructure? Gareth Jones takes a look at two examples.
Gareth Jones oversees this month's roundup of IT procurement in the sector, which includes new websites for the British Library, the Campaign for National Parks and Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust and CRM systems for the Institute of Physics and Marie Stopes International.
The Internet Advertising Bureau has teamed up with Oxfam and Shelter to offer a search marketing toolkit designed to help charities and public sector organisations increase their visibility online.
Hopefully there is a handy recycling bin somewhere for this report which pays little attention to sector views, or indeed the ethos of the sector.
Ever catch yourself wondering what you do with your time? Tom Eeles has found a new app which can help perenially multi-tasking fundraisers.
The internet is officially no longer the realm of the young and techie. It's time for fundraisers to own their charity's online presence, says David Burrows.
In each issue Civil Society IT approaches charities of varying sizes and asks them what software and service providers they use for different tasks. This month’s focus is on arts and culture charities.
The World Food Programme is rolling out a web-based fleet management system across the 82 countries it operates in, replacing a predominantly paper-based arrangement.