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Financial institutions and charities can and should take greater responsibility for the victims of scams, according to research by trading standards and social work experts.
A new emergency response app pioneered by SOS Children's Villages is improving the ability of its teams on the ground to respond to emergency situations along the refugee route in the Balkans.
Applications for this year’s Big Give Christmas campaign have opened
Twitter is launching a new way for advertisers to target users that have tweeted with a certain emoji or engaged with tweets with a certain emoji.
Major divide revealed between IT and security professionals regarding criticality and frequency of application updates; the amount of time required for tuning existing application security solutions; and the number of backlogged vulnerabilities
The UN’s refugee agency, UNHCR, has turned to an augmented reality app to help boost awareness of its latest campaign.
A charity is investing in its IT in a bid to ensure it has a more resilient IT infrastructure and a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place.
Youth Focus: North East, a charity set up to improve the lives of young people in North East England, is running a digital campaign to encourage the region’s youth to vote in the upcoming EU Referendum.
A survey has found that just 4% of organisations – including charities – fully understand the effect GDPR will have on them
The Prince’s Trust has launched a new advertising campaign that demonstrates the life-changing impact its work has had on generations of young lives across the UK since it was founded 40 years ago
Spotfund, a mobile micro-donation platform, has launched an iOS app that allows users to fund causes and current events through small donations
Award winning senior adviser and social tech entrepreneur, Edward Evans, has been appointed as Nominet Trust’s deputy director
An innovative virtual reality smartphone app has been launched to put the public in the shoes of someone with dementia.
A number of people form the charity sector have had their efforts rewarded in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Creating a positive digital culture at work and encouraging worker confidence in digital tools are the most important factors in ensuring digital roll-outs are successful.