The future of IT—and the CIO’s role in leading change. Plus: event applications come 2014. With ASAE’s 2013 Technology Conference & Expo wrapped up, association professionals were reminded once more of the possibilities created by technology. But driving change through innovation takes more than just big thinking. It also requires leadership. Examining the role of […]
Call it a potluck party for office technology. The trend toward employees bringing their own personal devices to work for use on employer-owned networks is on the rise, prompting IT specialists and others to rethink traditional tools and workspaces.
A guide to the building a your next conference website. Plus: Growing talent from within your organization.
As technology opens new doors for associations, their leaders are faced with new responsibilities to match IT decisions with organizational strategy.
AMS's past, present and future, in preparation for tomorrow's #Tech13 conference. Plus: What a dairy store's can teach you about customer service.
While Amazon says it can have futuristic drones delivering your stuff as soon as 2015, leading unmanned aerial vehicle industry groups say some major obstacles lie ahead—both regulatory and, well, physical.
You won't find a more forward-thinking idea than a digital replacement for the monetary system, but Bitcoin has gained surprising traction with the right people. The strategy used by the crypto-currency's advocates could be an effective template for pitching your own industry innovations.
The social management platform Buffer boosts its security measures following an October hack. Plus: The index card's clever way of making you more productive.
A photographer’s successful lawsuit suggests a rough road ahead on the copyright front regarding social media. But associations, with their wide influence, could help pave a smoother path to shareability online by using Creative Commons licenses on the content they create.
Mobile service providers and public officials are debating how best to address the widespread and growing problem of smartphone theft. While some police and local authorities want the phones to have a kill switch, the CTIA is pushing in another direction.