A recent business-model innovation by a Mac software developer suggests that there could be a lot of potential for rethinking the way niche software is sold—something that could have potential for associations and industry vendors.
The data you acquire—no matter its source—generally comes from someone who was willing to share it with you. You have a responsibility to do the right thing with it, and could run into trouble if you don’t. Here's why data ethics is becoming harder to ignore.
The pricing scheme for many email marketing service providers—which grows based on the size of your list—is one that feels destined for disruption down the line. A new tool from Microsoft suggests how such a disruption might happen.
A recent controversy involving the group that sets the rules of the road for the web is a great reminder of how challenging standards-making really is, even if your standards are the ones everyone is using.
Beyond being a nice thing to have and an important nod to diversity and inclusion, ensuring your website is accessible might soon be mandated by legal rulings. One recent U.S. federal court decision strongly suggests that the Americans With Disabilities Act might have a home on the World Wide Web.
In an era when a lot of technology gets outsourced or bought from outside vendors, there’s still plenty of market opportunity from having something built from scratch with internal resources. The challenge, of course, is figuring out what that might be—and resourcing for it.
Jeff Bezos' unprecedented decision to ask the world how he should spend his $83 billion on philanthropic causes directly through a tweet drew a lot of attention and some criticism. But it did present an interesting way to think about how organizations can draw awareness to fundraising needs.
If you’re trying to reach modern audiences with your content strategy, your association needs to be multiple places, offering multiple contexts. But a quick reminder: Not every piece of content may be so easy to mold.
Yes, chatter around the cloud is pretty common these days, but the fact of the matter is, if you’re not properly implementing it within your organization, the benefits could breeze past you. Perhaps that’s why a lot of organizations still have their own data centers.
The music industry’s reluctance toward streaming services offers a great way to think about how you position your own offerings in the marketplace—especially depending on how broad the appeal of those offerings actually is.