As the cybersecurity skills gap persists, a new training and testing program can help bridge that gap, while providing a recruitment and retention tool for HR departments.
The Crowdfunding Professional Association is working to take advantage of new federal rules allowing for equity funding with a new expert community targeted at those looking to launch a campaign.
In an effort to fix what’s broken, farmers are arguing the right to repair. The Repair Association backs work groups as several states debate bills that could achieve just this.
Using Facebook’s live-streaming capabilities, the Association For Creative Industries has taken a meeting-based education session and made it accessible year-round.
A recent report from Pew tested a group of Americans on basic cybersecurity concepts—and barely anyone was able to answer the questions correctly. The research firm says this is a sign of the ways that technical concepts challenge the broader public.
It’s too early to say whether or not associations should take edge computing, the successor to cloud computing, seriously. But what should be taken seriously is its potential. Any good association IT department should research potential disruptors ahead of time.
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Properly tracking royalty metadata has always been a sticking point for the music industry. But a new prototype involving blockchain technology has ASCAP and its French and British counterparts hopeful. Collecting royalties for music plays has never been an easy process—especially as that music has moved from record stores to streaming services. But a number […]
Affiliate marketing has gained a lot of notice in recent years as a powerful revenue generator for online media outlets. Using this model, there's potential for associations to gain a nondues revenue source—but it’s going to require that your organization do its homework.
With the passage of a bill rolling back consumer privacy rules on internet providers, public backlash has been picking up—leading major companies as well as trade groups like USTelecom to reassure customers that their privacy is safe.