We’ve written about how to make decisions that improve how effectively your charity operates, and why the solutions you’ll find are usually tech-based.
Now, so that you can see it in practice, here’s a case study on us at Tech Trust, and our decision to move expense processing to Expensify.
Charity trustees should always be looking for ways to squeeze the maximum benefit from any funds raised, and with modern technology, there are more ways to do that than ever.
To make the process of deciding what needs changing, prioritising and researching easier, we’ve put together some practical steps to follow.
The world has changed through technology and it will change further irrespective of whether your charity keeps up or not.
Thankfully, it’s easier than ever for charities to move forward with IT thanks to recent changes. In this article, we run you through everything you need to know.
Thanks to the efforts of several government, private and non-profit organisations, more people than ever have basic digital skills in the UK. Unfortunately, a number of reports have shown that charities are missing out on this progress.
To give an overview of the state of digital uptake in the UK charity sector, we’ve put together a simple infographic.
We’ve been scratching our heads trying to think about how we can better help charities and nonprofits get to grips with the digital world.
And, after a string of heated debates in darkened rooms, late-night meetings and early-morning discussions, we’ve come up with a plan of action for the content we produce in the coming 12 months.
If there’s anything that you’d be particularly interested in learning about, let us know and we’ll try to make sure we cover it!
Microsoft has just announced that Windows 10 will be offered as a free-of-charge upgrade on devices running Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows Phone. The free upgrade offer will only be available until 31 July 2016. This approach marks a change of tack for Microsoft, which has always charged for upgrades to their operating systems in the past. This being said, Microsoft has been donating a number of their products to charities around the world, which are accessible to UK-based charities through our own tt-exchange programme. This isn’t just limited to operating systems (although Windows 7 and 8 are included), but also includes Microsoft Office, Windows Servers and more….