The importance of not letting the workflow defined by your tools get in the way of your organization's ability to collaborate. Also: Some basic tips to keep members engaged.
This week, the wireless group CTIA released a report that argued in favor of the economic benefits of zero-rating, or allowing access to certain websites without affecting a user's data cap. The association's stance, however, runs counter to a number of advocacy groups, which argue that zero-rating allows mobile providers to choose winners and losers.
Uber isn't just testing self-driving cars—it's actually putting them on the road in Pittsburgh. Also: Lessons from a New York Times app shift.
The new app Wage Engage hopes to give small businesses a bigger voice in the minimum-wage fight, which has increasingly gained notice through social media tactics.
During this week's ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition in Salt Lake City, a trend of discussion during different sessions was that innovation quite often requires quick work, something many associations are not known for. How can we make the big, hulking machine a little easier to turn?
Twitter gives companies the opportunity to bring fun to the social network, but it likely isn’t cheap. Plus: Nostalgia is a great resource that you should use for your events.
GSMA, the primary global association for the mobile industry, has for years been laying the groundwork for mobile payments and microfinancing—and it has played an important role in making both options realistic for developing countries.
The Canadian Beverage Container Recycling Association’s new app doesn’t allow you to collect Pokémon, but its idea—which predates the buzzy app—has the potential to ride the mobile game’s wave of success.
The big collaborative office, driven by a backchannel of software like Slack, is becoming more of a thing than ever. What if we took that strategy with us to our annual meetings? It'd have a lot of benefits: For one thing, it could help us take better notes.
A decision by Google last week has a lot of people in the world of search engine optimization talking. Also: How to manage scope creep when dealing with an AMS installation.