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British Museum Using Virtual Reality Headsets
Now here’s how you put modern technology to good use. The British Museum has decided to employ virtual reality headsets to send its visitors back through time into the Bronze Age.
Charities Told To Make More Use Of Technology
Charities place too much emphasis on digital fundraising rather than focusing on how technology can improve services for stakeholders, according to an industry insider.
Charity Commission To Launch Delayed Online Search
The Charity Commission, the organisation that regulates and registers charities in England and Wales, will be launching a searchable online register of charities this autumn.
Children’s Charity Selects Software To Streamline Financial Reporting
A UK charity that aims to improve the lives of children living and working on the streets in Latin America has selected an accounting system and mobile app to streamline its financial processes.
Contactless Cancer Research Donations Now Available In A First For The World
You can now donate £2 for cancer research through four shopping windows in the UK, without actually touching them.
Edinburgh Council Creates “Digital Scrapbook”
The City of Edinburgh Council has launched a “digital scrapbook” as a means of sharing memories of citizens and places from past and presents.
Greenpeace Report Investigates “Dirty Cloud”
A report by environmental charity Greenpeace has investigated the green credentials of tech companies, singling out Amazon as having the “dirtiest cloud” services.
Many Small Businesses Still Lack Digital Skills
Although more SMEs in the UK are beginning to see the benefits of being digitally enabled, there are still around 1.2 million that lack basic digital skills.
NHS Paying Nine Times Too Much For IT Procurement
The NHS is among a number of organisations found to be paying a 920% markup for IT products in new research.
Opinion: Digital Transformation's For Everyone - Even Charities
For the CEO of media tech firm Pocket App, Paul Swaddle, there's no reason the Third Sector can't get on board the digital train, too.
Royal British Legion To Streamline Transaction Processing
The Royal British Legion has selected a suite of hosted finance, e-procurement and document management software in a bid to streamline the processing of over 600,000 transactions each year.
Slow, Insecure Websites Causing Charities To Miss Millions In Donations
An independent survey carried out by Peer 1 Hosting has found that despite a third of British and America consumers planning on giving more money to charities over the 2014 Christmas period, less than 25 per cent plan to do so online.
Software Provider Urges Third Sector To Consider BYOD
Charities and not-for-profits (NFPs) must implement a formal BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy or risk reputational damage and IT security risks.
South Lakes Housing Begins To Support Mobile Working
South Lakes Housing (SLH), a not-for-profit provider of social housing, has selected a supplier for a fully integrated CRM and housing management solution.
Women’s Education Training Charity Turns To The Cloud
Blackburne House, an educational training charity, is using cloud technology to help it better deliver its courses to women in non-traditional areas of work including ICT, senior management and construction.

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