Cath Everett speaks to Mastercard about how its digital voucher platform is helping distribute humanitarian aid more efficiently.
Start-up Parcelly explains how environmental goals have been embedded into its ‘click-and-collect’ parcel delivery-based business model from the outset.
Cisco spends $3.5 million per year on maintaining a dedicated disaster relief team. Here's why.
In the first of a short series exploring how different types of technology are used for social good, Cath Everett talks to start-up what3words about its award winning international relief tech.
As Baby Boomers continue to retire and Millennials focus on burnishing their digital expertise, an acute shortage of mainframe skills could make such know-how de rigueur again.
The concept of reverse mentoring has now morphed into the idea of mutual mentoring. Cath Everett talks to two tech companies which have introduced the approach into their own organisations.
In the second part of our series on ageism in tech, Cath Everett explores the benefits of taking on older workers and how public and private sector employers can ensure they get the best candidate for the job.
The tech industry is perceived as being incredibly ageist. But just how much is perception and how much reality? Cath Everett explores the issues in the first of a series of articles on older workers in tech.
Oxfam is pursuing a digital fundraising strategy, with the focus not just on generating revenues but also on boosting both its reach and engagement.
It may be difficult enough as it is to recruit women into a tech role, but for many employers, it is just as tricky to keep hold of them once they are there. Here are some possible solutions to this persistent problem.
Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip got some flack for talking about 'boy jobs' and 'girl jobs' in their domestic life. Do we need to think again about how we pitch a career in tech as a 'girl job'?
According to Andre Laperriere, executive director of the Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition initiative, the private sector has a significant, if so far largely unacknowledged, role to play in solving the seemingly intractable problem of world hunger.
The digital revolution will inevitably create upsides and downsides, winners and losers. To mark ‘Responsible Business Week’, charity Business in the Community hosts a London-based event to explore what companies can do to ensure they make the right ethical choices – and why they should bother.