Analytics experts, brace yourselves for another shift in the way you track online audiences. Plus: How an event withstood a 6.0-magnitude earthquake.
Microsoft's announcement of a new version of Windows isn't a big surprise, but its name—Windows 10, skipping version 9 entirely—certainly is. Also: considerations for accessible meetings.
The company's retooled ad targeting platform, Atlas Solutions, offers something that many ad providers want—more details on the people they're advertising to. The problem, though, is that users may not want it.
Social management giant Hootsuite has a new trick up its sleeve that involves an old-school form of social media—the telephone. Also: Does retention matter more than member acquisition?
Increasing its pace over the past year, the British Phonographic Industry has topped the charts on an issue it wishes it didn't have to—the takedown of URLs from Google due to alleged piracy infringement.
According to recent research, the rise of "shadow IT"—in other words, applications that are brought into the office without authorization—is hitting unprecedented rates thanks to the increasing use of cloud-based apps. The solution here does not involve cramping your employees' style.
The UN begins its climate change summit, and the airline industry is making its stance known. Plus: A cautionary citation tale.
An association management system maker who designed a custom AMS before getting into the biz explains the pitfalls he dealt with. Also: Small events are a big deal.
When Congress returned to the Hill from its summer recess earlier this month, a letter from several technology trade associations was waiting. Its message: Pass the USA Freedom Act.
Don't throw out your credit cards just yet. While Apple scored a lot of buzz last week by launching a mobile-payments technology of its own, the company is far from a first mover in the space—and despite the potential of better security, payments represent an area where low-tech options stick around generations after they've been usurped.