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A speaker at the ASAE Annual Meeting in Toronto made the case that maybe your staff directory shouldn’t be publicly accessible online. The issue, simply, comes down to security—and the fact that the threat may be savvy enough to connect the dots.
The International Sports Technology Association is recognizing individual achievements in sports technology with its first awards initiative.
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With financial support from a federal agency, the Internet Archive is launching a program for libraries around the country to archive community websites in much the same way the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine does.
CompTIA this week revealed its revamp of the Association of Information Technology Professionals, a group it acquired earlier this year, which borrows from the infrastructure of the former group and the resources of its parent.
A recent business-model innovation by a Mac software developer suggests that there could be a lot of potential for rethinking the way niche software is sold—something that could have potential for associations and industry vendors.
As part of its ongoing digital strategy, the American Geophysical Union is hosting an API Challenge to advance scientific discovery in the data community.
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The association is the first state-level organization that offers video observation and feedback through an online platform—a platform driven by CEA members acting as facilitators.