Helping the charity sector with technology

Useful tips, advice and guidance on IT - specifically for charities and other non-profits.

Five benefits of servers for growing charities

There are many benefits of servers for charities who are growing in terms of staff, beneficiaries or funding. It might be time to upgrade to a server-based system that will let you be more efficient and scale up your data and resources over time.

Here, we explain the five most important features of servers for charities.

Infographic: Key findings from our Digital Charity Survey 2018.

This infographic sums up just some of the key findings from our survey of over 1200 charities.

The goal is to offer insight into the attitudes and applications of digital among charities across the sector.

Cyber security: attitudes and application in the charity sector

In October 2017 Tech Trust surveyed over 1000 people working in the charity sector.

For this article we have produced an infographic breaking down the key findings for one of the key topics: cyber security.

Tech Trust – A brief history of our 16 years supporting charities

Tech Trust was established 16 years ago to explore ways charities could embrace technology and the internet for social good.

We believe that by being the best, most trusted source for UK charities to gain insight into, education on and access to digital solutions, we can really accelerate charitable impact in the years to come.

5 of our favourite savings on tt-exchange

Sometimes it’s hard to believe something as useful as tt-exchange.

That’s right, it’s not too good to be true! So we thought we’d let you in on what some of our registered charities think.

What Adobe CC all-apps plan can offer charities, beyond just Photoshop

The full Adobe Creative Cloud plan consists of 27 apps that your organisation can make the most of.
All too often, certain apps that could prove very useful can be overlooked.

This article aims to shed some light on some of the less sought-after products in the plan and their applications.