How to fund digital transformation at charities
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How to fund digital transformation at charities

28 Jul 2015 | Julie Dodd

The landscape that charities operate in is changing, and the funding structures which support the sector need to change too. Julie Dodd explains how charities and funders should respond to the challenge.


How to fund digital transformation at charities

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Data protection

Heledd Lloyd-Jones looks at the pitfalls of data storage and urges charity boards to take active steps to minimise security breaches. 

Mairead O'Reilly, Trustee, GFS Platform Senior associate, Bates Wells Braithewaite

Mairead O'Reilly highlights some recent cases to explain why data protection is an increasingly important issue for charities.

How to use agile in fundraising

Agile development is all the rage in a number of sectors, but how does this way of working translate to fundraising? Rob Barr explains what agile development means and how fundraisers can benefit.

Unlocking the world of big data

Brigid Whoriskey highlights the competitive advantage awaiting those organisations which master big data.

Replacing accounting software: Avoiding that upgrade misery

Josie Gowler examines the best way to implement an upgrade to an existing accounting system.

How to build corporate partnerships through your intellectual property

Corporate partnerships are becoming increasingly sophisticated, with organisations seeking to further their business objectives, as well as social ones. Graham Precey and Kim van Niekerk look at how charities can use intellectual property to foster relationships.

Software integration: how to do it well

Richard Collings will be speaking at the Charity Technology Conference on 27 November about the drivers for and benefits of integrating different IT systems. Read on for a taster of his presentation.

How charities can optimise online donations

Charities are failing to make a real impact online and should focus on the motivations, emotional mindsets, needs and expectations of users, says Simon Norris. 

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