Technology predictions for 2016
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Technology predictions for 2016

2 Feb 2016

We asked IT suppliers to give us their technology predictions for 2016. These are the highlights.

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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. 

Take information security seriously

Information security risks must be treated seriously by the senior management team, says Alan Downey.

Preventing security breaches

Rowenna Fielding advises on the controls and structures required to prevent holes being torn in your information security defences.

How safe is the cloud?

Brian Shorten helps you think through the IT security question everyone is asking.

Cyber defences under siege

Charities are told to deploy good information security controls, but what are they actually defending against? Gabe Chomic attacks the subject.

A checklist for launching mobile donations

Recent regulatory changes have made it easier than ever for UK charities to collect donations via mobile. Oisin Lunny runs through some of the latest regulations and points to consider when considering launching mobile donations.

How to implement a new CRM

So you have the budget for a new all-singing, all-dancing CRM system. Great! But what do you need to do to make it really work? Ciara Bosworth outlines some key steps in setting up a new CRM system.

The secrets of good job design

Poor job design of back-office roles often leads to salary inflation, warns Laura Dawson.

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