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Digital governance: the board, the internet and social media

13 Mar 2015

A British Council poll recently declared the invention of the internet the most momentous event of the last eight decades. But what are the implications for trustees?

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Website conversion improvement process

In times of financial trouble, charities need to drive income without increasing their resources. That’s why website optimisation is becoming a hot topic, says Nick Burne .

Do you have multiple database syndrome?

Ivan Wainewright looks at the common scenario of an organisation running several databases, and outlines routes to that elusive ‘360° view’.

Anatomy of an internet charity

Andrew Cates divulges the secret to SOS Children's low-cost fundraising results, and you're looking right at it.

eBay for charity

eBay may have become a regular part of many individuals lives, but charities have something to gain from the online auction site too. Carrie Bienkowski explains how charities can use the site, and some tricks to make sure you get the best return on your stock.

Mix and match: Merging IT infrastructures

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.

The IT list: Arts and culture

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.

VC echoes the vision of DC

David Hornsby looks at the latest generation of video communications systems and how they resonate with David Cameron’s Big Society.

The five pillars of online

Steve MacLaughlin identifies five trends in online giving based on Blackbaud’s latest research.

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