Social media - how to make sure you comply with employment law
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Social media - how to make sure you comply with employment law

4 Mar 2016

Gearalt Fahy, partner at 3volution, examines some of the challenges for employers created by the rise in the use of social media in the workplace.

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Removing the mist surrounding the cloud

Neil Cross highlights the key factors that organisations must consider before moving to a cloud computing model.

Protect your donors: the eight data management principles

Consumers are increasingly wary of how much data organisations keep on them, so charities have be to extra careful when storing and using donor information. David Pinches discusses data management principles for fundraisers under the Data Protection Act.

Cloud gazing: An introduction to cloud computing

Richard Ferriman outlines why cloud computing has become the biggest buzzword in IT.

Getting the best out of SharePoint

Thomas Coles gives the lowdown on SharePoint and provides tips on developing an implementation strategy.

Charities, iXBRL and HMRC

Paul Booth explains the ins and outs of the new system of electronic accounts reporting required by the taxman from April 2011.

Integrating email and social media

Niroo Rad outlines how charities should use email to supplement and enhance their social media output.

Attract, engage, retain: Getting the best from social media

Digital communications consultant Margaret Manning offers advice for charities looking to get into social media, including how to ensure your output is effective and how to measure its success.

The five pillars of online

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

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