John Tate

John Tate

Accountant and entrepreneur

John Tate is a qualified accountant and entrepreneur. He is a columnist for Charity Finance, special adviser to the CFG and a visiting lecturer at Cass Business School's Centre for Charity Effectiveness.

John is a special advisor to the Charity Finance Group and visiting fellow at CASS Business School.

He is also a research fellow at HFS – a leading independent global analyst authority and knowledge community for the business and IT services indus

 

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Blowing the whistle

Technology is driving the transparency agenda and charities ignore it at their peril, warns John Tate. 

NHS and the charity sector: a comparison

John Tate examines the problems in the NHS and considers what lessons they contain for charities.

Tablets: the end of an era?

John Tate asks whether the inexorable rise of the tablet will spell the end for the humble PC.

History repeating itself

Is the IT boom running out of steam? What will the next big breakthrough be? John Tate asks the questions.

Learning or loafing on the internet?

Spending more time on the internet can help you understand new technology, but would that just be ‘cyberloafing’? John Tate sets the challenge.

The failure plan

John Tate suggests ten ways to create havoc with your IT systems.

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John Tate, independent IT consultant and IT adviser to CFG

So – you want to get the most out of your technology in the coming year. John Tate suggests seven actions that will help.

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Technology will sort us all out!

John Tate assesses the latest technological development taking the IT sector by storm.

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