After a top Defense Department official appeared to endorse Windows 10 last month, a major computing trade group spoke out, raising concerns that specific endorsements could create problems for competition in the open market.
Two decisions last week by the FCC could have wide-ranging effects on business broadband services for both corporations and wireless companies. The changes are moving forward thanks in part to a compromise between Verizon and a trade group for smaller telecom firms.
At events, we use social media to engage with our attendees and to keep the hashtag flowing. Should event social media be a deeper part of the process? A new startup makes the case for social strategizing months before the event.
Even if your organization isn't based in Europe, you may need to plan for the European Union's latest rules on data protection and privacy. The International Association of Information Technology Asset Managers is sounding the alarm for IT departments around the world.
The Email Privacy Act, which passed the House in a 419-0 vote on Wednesday, could be well on its way to becoming law. The bill, which updates the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 for the first time in decades, is widely supported by advocacy and trade groups that hope to see a similar vote in the Senate.
The latest edition of Okta's Businesses @ Work study says that the enterprise space is increasingly using cloud platforms such as Microsoft Office 365 and Salesforce, but the relatively new enterprise chat platform Slack is quickly becoming hard for IT departments to ignore.
The American Psychiatric Association's first-ever innovation lab, to be unveiled at its annual meeting in Atlanta, will feature a $2,500 prize for the winner. But ultimately, the event is more about the process of discovering new ideas than the big prize.
To help grocery manufacturers assess their risk of getting adulterated food, the Grocery Manufacturers Association is deploying new a vulnerability assessment tool.
Creating an online community from scratch requires a lot of planning, and failing to put the right foundation in place for the community to thrive can cause problems down the road. That's the thought process behind a fledgling competitor to Reddit, and it should be your strategy, too.
A big problem facing many association execs visiting this year's Digital Now Conference in Orlando is the treadmill of technology. A key speaker at the event recommends not digging in your heels.