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Founded in 1996, Claranet is one of Europe’s leading managed service providers. We offer businesses hosting,networks and communications services. We have over 4,500 customers and an outstanding record for delivering high quality solutions, across a wide range of industries. With over 800 employees, we are based in 16 offices across Europe.
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Shifts in the social, economic and technological landscapes have made it necessary for charities to adopt working practices more in line with the private sector, according to a report by cloud hosting service Claranet.
Claranet has warned that fewer people are carrying cash due to the rise of mobile devices, so charities must adapt and think ‘digital-first’ if they are to sustain their income streams.
At Claranet’s 'Connecting your charity to the future' conference last week, the discussion ranged from the rise of social enterprises to the challenges faced by the modern CIO, but digital transformation remained at the heart of the debate.