John Tate

John Tate

Accountant and entrepreneur

John Tate is a qualified accountant and entrepreneur. He is a columnist for Charity Finance, a visiting lecturer at Cass Business School's Centre for Charity Effectiveness and Trustee of Eduserv. He also non executive chair of Civil Society Media.

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The Heartbleed bug: A modern horror story

John Tate’s assessment of the latest risks to technology posed by cyber-crime is not for the faint-hearted.

Modern technology and the power of memory

Modern technology is great, but many current records will not endure down the ages, fears John Tate.

Why charities should care about the new Microsoft boss

John Tate wonders whether Microsoft’s new CEO can revive the company’s flagging fortunes.

Big data - It’s still all about the people

New technology has made big data analysis possible, but John Tate warns that its success still depends on having good people and good processes in place.

Replacing accounting software: Avoiding that upgrade misery

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

The quiet social revolution

Since 1990, both Charity Finance and the worldwide web have delivered great benefits, says John Tate.

Charity Technology Conference 2013

Ensure you are informed on the latest concepts and keep up with the pace of progress.

Tripped up by technology

If your new technology doesn’t work, you are probably the reason why, advises John Tate.

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