Pivot or persist: How to decide what to do next as we move beyond the pandemic
By Maddie Stark on 26th Oct 2021
Maddie Stark reflects on strategies and tools organisations can use to take stock of their digital progress and help set their...
Digital checkup learning – does size matter?
By John Fitzgerald on 27th Aug 2021
In this second blog on our digital checkup learning, I’m looking at whether organisation size has a big effect on checkup scores. We...
Building big digital movements
By John Fitzgerald on 5th Jul 2021
At this week’s DigiShift, we heard from Paul de Gregorio, founder of Rally and a leading digital engagement and mobilisation...
Cyber guidance this June
By Alison Stone on 7th Jun 2021
June is looking like it’s going to be an awesome month… already we have had a few days of sunshine, have celebrated youngest daughter...
Digital risk: the bigger picture
By John Fitzgerald on 26th May 2021
Often when we talk about risk and digital, we get into discussions about privacy and cyber security. But there are other, more...
Digital evolution – a longer view
By John Fitzgerald on 11th May 2021
What does digital change look like Before, During, and Beyond a pandemic? Although it feels like we’re living week to week or month...
What a difference a year makes
By Siobhan Mercer on 29th Mar 2021
I leave SCVO this week and have been reflecting on the remarkable evolution achieved by myself, my team and the Scottish voluntary...
10 no-cost, high impact digital changes you can make today
By John Fitzgerald on 2nd Mar 2021
Right across the voluntary sector, organisations have moved faster and further than ever with digital change. But with squeezed...
Introducing the Cyber Catalyst Network
By Alison Stone on 16th Feb 2021
With a mere 6 sleeps to go until Cyber Scotland Week kicks off in earnest, it is now time to shine the spotlight on the third sector...
The storm before the calm?
By Alison Stone on 5th Feb 2021
All this week, I have been nagging myself, and promising my colleague and partner in Cyber Scotland Week crime Siobhan Mercer, that I...