The association's philanthropic arm, Creating IT Futures, is expanding its free training program for individuals looking to enter the information technology field.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America is helping to curate special, limited-time mail-order boxes featuring products designed by its members. The goal: raise awareness and money for fashion charities.
The real-time streaming service Meerkat hasn't been on the market for a full month yet, but Twitter has a competitor which could prove equally as interesting. Also: The value of empathy in conference design.
Moving your meeting's education from an expert-led lecture format to an activity- and discussion-based one may lead to more active and engaged attendees.
While a Medicare payments plan would likely force groups focused on nursing homes to make sacrifices, they say the benefits of the 'doc fix' bill outweigh the costs of restrictions in long-term care pay.
The International Association of Culinary Professionals' 37th Annual Conference is bound to cook up a lot of innovative and delicious ideas.
Piggybacking on an existing system for the financial industry, the Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Center earlier this month announced a new portal for sharing cybersecurity threats. The group called the move an "important step" in its cybersecurity efforts.
An analysis of Medicare records and surveys found that doctors struggle to deliver an Alzheimer’s diagnosis to patients and their caregivers—less than half received the tough news. The Alzheimer’s Association hopes to change that and has the resources to help.
With its new Businesses on Messenger strategy, Facebook wants to help replace annoying customer service phone calls with less-annoying chat messages. Also: A little help on understanding legislative issues at the state level.
The NCAA Tournament is upon us, and while many reports cite the potential for lost productivity at work, some are claiming just the opposite. Plus, a few other tips to help boost productivity.