New organisation to arrange free data security support for charities
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New organisation to arrange free data security support for charities

1 Oct 2014 | Kirsty Weakley

A new scheme matching up IT professionals from the private sector to provide free advice on security and data protection to charities has been announced.

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Cloud computing

Over 60 charities have signed up to Charity Cloud, the cloud services partnership between appiChar and ThinkGrid that launched last September.

Spending cuts 'will put a brake on technology use by small groups'

Civil society’s ability to use communications technology to reach out to service users and other stakeholders will be badly hampered by cuts to support providers’ budgets, the project manager in charge of Navca’s regional ICT champion scheme warned last week.

JustGiving to launch direct debit facility

JustGiving will be launching a direct debit function to its website in the next one to two weeks following a significant rise on regular giving on the site.

Adobe software

Eduserv has extended for two more years its agreement with Adobe offering lower-priced creative software for universities and colleges.

NGOs need to look more closely at expense claims from their staff, in particular from UK staff based overseas as expatriates, and from staff who travel from the UK to field offices and projects overseas.

» VSO to slash overheads by a third

CCITDG decides not to broaden membership, for now

Members of the Charities Consortium IT Directors Group have voted against a proposal to lower the organisational income required for membership from £25m to £10m, but have not ruled out making the change in future.

Google for Nonprofits coming to the UK

After launching its package for nonprofits in the US last week, Google has confirmed that UK charities will also be able to benefit from Google for Nonprofits in the future.

Charity CRM providers announce partnerships

Two leading customer relationship management (CRM) software providers to the charity sector have announced plans to partner with other companies to improve and expand their services to users.

NCVO overhauls member helpdesk

NCVO has agreed a deal for social enterprise Connect Assist to provide a new multi-channel helpdesk for its members, a solution which will have an increased emphasis on giving online assistance.

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