Mairead O'Reilly, Trustee, GFS Platform Senior associate, Bates Wells Braithewaite
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Data protection - threats to charities

3 Nov 2014 | Mairéad O'Reilly

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

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The trials of getting back online

Roger Chester tells the story of a phone bill audit which had unexpected consequences.

The IT list: healthcare and medical research

Each issue Civil Society IT approaches 15 charities of varying sizes and asks them what software and service providers they use for different tasks. This month’s focus is on healthcare and medical research charities.

The benefits of paperless accounting

With the impending demise of cheques and the need for greater environmental responsibility both high on the agenda for charities, is paperless accounting the way to go? Simon Kearsley outlines the benefits.

Cloud on the horizon: the Charity Accounting Software Survey 2010

The percentage of charities which would recommend their accounting software supplier to another charity is at an all-time high of 78 per cent, in this year's Charity Accounting Software Survey. Yet for small charities, those with turnover of less than £1m, the rate is just 56 per cent. Diane Sim reports.

Disaster recovery planning

Being properly prepared when disaster strikes can make all the difference – and even save lives, says Jay Patel.

iXBRL - HMRC's new online reporting requirements explained

From 1 April 2011, for any accounting period ending after 31 March 2010, HMRC requires that all corporation tax returns are filed online. All supporting documentation, including the accounts and tax computations for the accounting period, must also be filed online.

School increases gift aid income by 50 per cent after CRM healthcheck

Gareth Jones hears how the North London Collegiate School increased its gift aid revenue by 50 per cent, and how educational bodies are not making the most of their fundraising potential.

appi and CFDG knows it

The CFDG has chosen appiChar as its primary managed IT support provider. The CFDG will utilise the unlimited telephone support, critical onsite support, printer break fix support, online backup and advance monitoring of servers and workstations within the appiCard solution that appfiChar offers.

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