A new survey reveals which airlines can provide you with WiFi that actually works. Plus: A new Twitter chat on culture emerges.
Digital workplace collaboration tools are here to stay, one top strategist says. Plus: Why you should perform a media consumption audit.
A recent report from a nonprofit software maker suggests that associations are going to become increasingly customer-driven, not just membership-driven. Does the road to increased consumer dues run through technology offerings? Here's a hypothetical to get your brain moving.
The heavily hyped wearable computing device goes off the market after a run that drew excitement and criticism in equal measure.
The president's plan to tackle cybersecurity issues—expected to be one of his big initiatives in 2015—drew mixed responses from the association world this week. While retail and financial groups welcomed the proposals, a key privacy group questioned whether Obama is focused on the right things.
Another round of digital intrusions brings cybersecurity back to the forefront. Plus: Find out which issues advocates will be fighting over this year.
In a move that could redefine Facebook's relationship with the business world, Facebook at Work goes public. Also: The value of doing something rather than just talking about it.
The charity event Awesome Games Done Quick, a weeklong gaming livestream featured on the videogame site Twitch, raised more than $1.5 million for charity research earlier this month. How they did it says a lot about the value of embracing niche audiences online.
Giving Children Hope, a Southern California group that has been providing aid to Syrian refugees since 2012, was hacked by apparent Islamic State sympathizers last week. Here's how they bounced back.
AARP Nevada sent a group of members to the world’s largest consumer electronics tradeshow last week to check out whether some of the latest tech gadgets meet the needs of those over 50.