The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International’s Xponential 2016 starts in New Orleans early next week.
There’s an app for everything, and the latest is a tool for strong public speaking. Plus: Don't leave baby boomers out when you're hunting for new volunteers.
The Email Privacy Act, which passed the House in a 419-0 vote on Wednesday, could be well on its way to becoming law. The bill, which updates the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 for the first time in decades, is widely supported by advocacy and trade groups that hope to see a similar vote in the Senate.
The latest edition of Okta's Businesses @ Work study says that the enterprise space is increasingly using cloud platforms such as Microsoft Office 365 and Salesforce, but the relatively new enterprise chat platform Slack is quickly becoming hard for IT departments to ignore.
Speaking at ASAE’s Springtime Expo, 360 Live Media founder and CEO Don Neal encouraged attendees to reconsider their roles, saying they are not just meeting planners—they’re experience designers.
College Signing Day reflects one group’s effort to ease the pressure on students choosing a school.
Business-travel costs vary significantly, depending on where you're going. According to the latest edition of the Corporate Travel Index from Business Travel News, average per diem rates are on a general upswing in the U.S., reaching a peak near San Francisco.
Some tips on how associations can benefit from Facebook's push for live video. Plus: Can you tell the difference between a fad and a trend?
The American Psychiatric Association's first-ever innovation lab, to be unveiled at its annual meeting in Atlanta, will feature a $2,500 prize for the winner. But ultimately, the event is more about the process of discovering new ideas than the big prize.
With the launch of a free online community for plant science, the American Society of Plant Biologists is looking beyond the scope of traditional membership to form relationships with its nonmember audience.