Take the checkup
Checking in on the digital checkup – what did we learn? Part 2
By John Fitzgerald on 8th May 2019
In Part 1 of this blog, we looked at what insights we gained from a year of running a digital checkup and offering support calls. In...
Checking in on the digital checkup – what trends did we spot? Part 1
By John Fitzgerald on 3rd May 2019
What we’ve learned from a year of digital checkups At SCVO we’ve been running an online digital health check and follow-up for...
CATS fund – Digital Accelerator
By Beth Murphy on 1st May 2019
Overview: There are an estimated 788,000 unpaid carers in Scotland, including 44,000 carers under the age of 18. A network of over 6...
Cyber Scotland Week
By Paul Johnston on 23rd Apr 2019
Today marks the start of our first ever Cyber Scotland Week, centred around the National Cyber Security Centre’s (NCSC) CYBERUK...
Don’t get stuck with old Windows
By John Fitzgerald on 18th Jan 2019
With a year to go until Windows 7 reaches the end of its supported life, John Fitzgerald outlines the steps charities should be...
Cyber grants available to Scottish charities
By John Fitzgerald on 7th Nov 2018
Cyber security threats are growing, and many charities are still at risk. When I speak to charities through our digital checkup...
By Maddie Stark on 17th Oct 2018
Taking part in the SCVO Senior Leaders programme can help you become a winner. From winning actual awards to securing new funding...
How to become the digital leader your charity desperately needs
By Ross McCulloch on 21st Sep 2018
Your charity is probably dabbling in the world of digital right now, maybe you have a fairly healthy social media presence, perhaps...
Essential Digital Skills Toolkit – Launch Day!
By Claire Sharp on 19th Sep 2018
It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for! It’s been a busy couple of months behind the scenes at SCVO Digital and we are delighted...
Digitally Confident Scotland – making change happen
By Beth Murphy on 13th Sep 2018
In a previous role my monthly team meetings used to be PAINFUL. Action list of over 30 items. Long, boring individual updates. People...