Tag Archives: IT

Improving our website with user research: What you told us

Why we decided to use user research to make our websites easier to use, and what we did Continue reading

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Building a digital workforce

Four things to consider when building a digital workforce and how we can help Continue reading

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Digital transformation: Not just for the digerati

How digital transformation can benefit the charity sector and what you can do to help Continue reading

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The road ahead: What you need to be aware of in 2016

Discussion of key issues to help you navigate the best way forward for your organisation in 2016 Continue reading

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Nine tips for a successful CRM project

Based on NCVO's own experience implementing a new CRM. Themes include how to engage staff and how to approach planning. Continue reading

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Why CRM projects are hard, but worth it

How NCVO's CRM project is helping us to build better relationships and achieve more Continue reading

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Is your IT security up to the task?

Joseph Blass, CEO of WorkPlaceLive, highlights the need for charities to ensure their IT systems are secure. Continue reading

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What voluntary organisations can learn from the Morrisons data leak

Gary Webb from NCVO trusted supplier Bond Payroll Services says the recent scandal at Morrisons is a wake-up call to voluntary organisations. Continue reading

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