Facebook is always changing, but for associations, that may not be a good thing. Plus: An opportunity to learn some ins and outs of great content. Is Facebook becoming pay-to-play for associations looking to reach out to members and nonmembers alike? Two industry experts offer their insights in today’s Social Media Roundup. Time to Change […]
Heart beating fast enough yet? Last week's disclosure of the Heartbleed bug caught a lot of people's attention, especially in the IT department. There's a lot we can take from this incident, even after your pulse drops back to normal.
An exploit that's being called one of the worst security issues in the history of the internet was discovered this week. And if you run a website that uses SSL encryption, there's a chance it probably affects you. Here's what you need to know.
According to a new study by tech consulting firm Capgemini, the decision to hold onto out-of-date technology can cause major problems with efficiency—and firms without strong legacy technology often have tech needs that better match their business goals.
Twitter takes a page from Facebook’s playbook and gives profiles a new look. Also: A new online security threat emerges. For those of you who are dissatisfied with the way Twitter looks, take heart! A revamp is headed your way. If you were happy, let’s hope you like the way Facebook looks. Plus: A new […]
Roughly two weeks away from arguments in the anticipated Supreme Court case, industry groups from across the spectrum have wildly differing opinions on the validity of Aereo's model, but most agree the results could have a big impact.
When the Wikimedia Foundation redesigned Wikipedia recently, the organization's developers did the minimum possible to refresh the look. Sure, it doesn't look like much, but that may not necessarily be a bad thing, considering the organization's cultural parameters.
When taking on the guise of a news outlet, be prepared to bring along an important tool to aid in your efforts—context
With device sales and enterprise software leading the way, information technology spending is expected to jump by 3.2 percent, new Gartner projections show.
With nearly a third of visitors checking out its website on mobile devices—and numbers surging in the past year—the association changed its mobile approach to meet its audience's needs. The end goal? To go all-in on responsive design.