A proposed bill that would boost privacy rights for students is far too broad, according to the trade group that represents many online tech firms.
We may be used to horizontal video, but, thanks to mobile technology, vertical video is no longer a crime. Plus: How to gamify your next association event.
The fast-growing machine-to-machine communications organization couldn't grow fast enough to outpace the popularity of "Internet of Things" as the buzzy term of choice to describe the space, so rather than fight it, the council found room to use both terms in its name.
New research from a cloud identity service finds that Microsoft's Office 365 has quickly overtaken every other major cloud computing platform. Also: Why driving connections is more important than creating content.
Officials in the retail and financial sectors were able to push the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act through the House earlier this year, but the Senate has proved to be more challenging. Part of the reason is that privacy advocates have ramped up their criticism of the law—at times using unusual methods to make their point.
During last week's ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition, Sherry Turkle argued that mobile devices often have a way of taking people out of a real-life moment and hurting human interaction. But what about the real-life human interaction that happens on our phones and laptops?
The Alzheimer's Association's latest partnership aims to foster a creative, photographic aid for families coping with the disease.
How strict is your association when it comes to controlling what employees are saying online? Plus: Facebook's (slight) organic boom.
Uber and Yelp-like apps for truckers are growing in popularity, but the industry's primary association is not entirely on board.
Throwing apps and innovative web platforms at your members is great and everything, but given the wrong circumstances, it may just be a lot of good innovation wasted. Because of that, it helps that the CEO isn't necessarily the tech-savviest person in the room.