What's endlessly overhyped, and what's ready to go mainstream? Gartner's latest hype cycle study breaks it down. Also: how extroverts can break the ice with a tough cube to crack—the introvert.
Now more than ever, event attendees are in need of a charge—specifically of their laptops, tablets, and mobile devices. Event companies are working on solutions, but planners should be asking themselves deeper questions on what's turning into a growing phenomenon.
As IT systems in medical offices grow more complex, providers of practice management software will gain a unified voice and new educational and accreditation resources from the new Healthcare Administrative Technology Association.
Microsoft changes its strategy on Internet Explorer support to encourage its customers to use the latest versions. Also: A sneak peek of what #ASAE15 attendees should expect from Detroit.
There are a lot of pitfalls when trying to get new technologies to work together under the umbrella of a single standard. But as the momentum behind digital badging proves, when there's a clear mission and vision, the value speaks for itself.
An array of email designs that could give you ideas for your own marketing messages. Also: Take a few small steps toward a big donation with the ASAE Foundation's Small Steps app.
In a study released recently by the Edison Electric Institute, the trade group is encouraging its members to help build the infrastructure for the rise of electric vehicles—as well as to lead the way by purchasing the technology.
Uber and Lyft get into the carpooling game … at exactly the same time. So, who's on first? Also: Some tips on getting those disengaged members interested in volunteer leadership.
At a time when the Robotic Industries Association is reporting record growth, a recent Pew survey suggests that the industry may eventually replace both blue-collar and white-collar workers. According to the association, that couldn't be further from the truth.
Don't let the recent headlines fool you: Online experiments, when done well, are plenty effective and might teach you a lot about your audience. The secret is not to mess with user expectations.