At a time when wireless-charging standards groups are beginning to consolidate, the Wireless Power Consortium is gaining momentum—while staying independent—thanks to a new deal with the home-furnishings chain IKEA.
The good news about the surfacing of the Superfish bloatware on Lenovo machines is that the company has pledged to clean up its act. But for IT departments and end users alike, this problem goes way deeper than any one security breach. Here's what you should know before plunking down cash on a new laptop.
With its latest nonprofit initiative, Microsoft is looking to help organization's IT teams and bottom lines. Plus: The final verdict on #TheDress.
The commission's long-expected ruling net neutrality in favor of reclassifying internet service as a public utility drew strong reactions from throughout the association sector—and a unique response from Verizon. Long story short? This isn't over yet.
Here’s something you can learn from the streaming maestros at Netflix: Cloud computing has the potential to become a major cost-saver for your organization, but if you aren’t maintaining your servers the right way, you might feel the pain of some major hidden costs.
The adware installed on a number of recent Lenovo laptops deeply compromises online security. Learn how to get rid of it. Also: Why member personas might help your marketing efforts.
Twenty-five years ago, Adobe Photoshop entered our lives—and it's been making our photos look better ever since. Also: A big acquisition in the association-tech world.
Following the lead of President Obama and prominent CEOs including Apple's Tim Cook, financial and retail groups alike were ready to take some big steps at last week's White House cybersecurity summit.
The Federal Aviation Administration's long-gestating requirements for the operation of unmanned aerial vehicles proved less onerous than many anticipated, leading associations to generally react positively to the proposal.
Could advocacy become a more personalized affair than ever? A new app, built off the back of public nonprofit data, suggests that publicly accessible databases could become a new form of messaging for associations.