Wonderbag entrepreneur Sarah Collins is attempting to realise her humanitarian goals by collecting and exploiting data about people in the developing world in general and Africa in particular, which simply isn’t available for commercial use elsewhere.
Instead of a raft of product announcements, the focus at Salesforce World Tour in London yesterday was on what technology can do for people.
NetSuite introduces a range of product enhancements that aim to help non-profits break ‘starvation cycle’.
Sage's announcement of a multi-year partnership with the Invictus Games raises questions around the motives behind corporate social responsibility initiatives.
Rebecca Galambos, the Prince’s Trust’s Digital Transformation Director, sees frugal innovation as a way to enhance essential programs for young people.
Jessica gets all charitable as she chooses her top 10 for 2015
The North East Child Poverty Commission has used visualization software to publish a series of maps on its website, showing where the most urgent cases of child poverty can be found in the region.
Non-profit organisations often fall short in their security efforts to safeguard data on service users, volunteers and donors. What needs to change?
The San Francisco-based charity has brought order and efficiency to the process of recruiting volunteers and allocating shifts in its mission to deliver “meals with love”
More than a quarter of English local authorities have introduced e-marketplaces to enable citizens to buy social care in a model not dissimilar to the US Health Insurance Marketplace. Will such platforms transform service delivery or simply end up replicating old models?
Two global outsourcing giants in search of forgiveness as their latest numbers reflect the price they’ve paid for being mired in controversy over high profile public sector contracts
Five years ago Martha Lane-Fox kick-started the digital transformation of the UK government. Today, she's pleased but wants to move faster.
Three leaders from US tech firms find themselves in optimistic agreement about digital's global potential, but their European counterpart wants to know who's paying?