Ahead of the Social CEOs awards, charity digital guru Zoe Amar shares learnings from five charity leaders on what makes effective digital decision-making.
We highlight three useful Office 365 tools charities might not know about, beyond the obvious Word, Excel and Outlook.
Don't underestimate your charity's most valuable asset - your supporters can be heroes for your cause thanks to the rise of easily accessible digital tools.
CAF's Rhodri Davies asks whether charities should be willing participants in an 'attention economy' where brands compete to exploit potentially unhealthy online behaviours.
John Onion, Managing Director of digital marketing agency upriseUP, argues that competition for paid Google searches is diminishing the effectiveness of charities' online fundraising campaigns, restricting the amount that goes to good causes.
The One Digital programme is made up of five diverse UK organisations united by one goal: to help people of all backgrounds and skill levels to make the most of the digital world.
How you structure your digital team can make all the difference in how your charity is able to deliver its digital-related services - charity digital expert Zoe Amar spoke to three leading charities with very different approaches.
AI technology such as voice interaction, image recognition and real-time captioning is starting to break down barriers for people with sensory, physical and cognitive disabillities.
Ahead of Microsoft's AI envisoning workshops for charities, we take a look at how charities can make use of open data to advance their machine learning and AI projects.
The doors of AI innovation are opening for the charity sector, with companies such as Microsoft reaching out to partner with charities on their ideas. We showcase three standout examples of charity AI partnerships already emerging.