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Contents – No. 110 Autumn 2016
Page 9 - Charities being able to adopt the necessary IT security
Joseph Blass on addressing security issues in-house or with outside help.
Page 10 - Being smarter with your charity's data
Bill Mizen on improving the use of a charity's data.
Page 11 - Charity events complying with food allergen rules
Yvette Chatwin on food allergen challenges for charity events.
Page 12 - NEWS
Charity opens its 100th store, and other stories.
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