New research by Gartner indicates that IT departments are embracing the cloud after years of attempting to ignore it. Also: Don't let experience stop you from learning something new.
Trying to design effectively for your users? You can't keep blowing up bridges to create a new path. Here's why iterative design is a philosophy for your association to follow, no matter the platform.
A European Union proposal that would regulate robots, out of concern that they might take jobs away from people, has a leading engineering group worried that innovation in the robotics space could be stunted.
There's a lot of money to be made in software development, says ACT: The App Association. Despite this—and despite the large number of openings—many students aren't receiving the training that would allow them to take advantage of the opportunities.
Personal live streams from smartphones worked around a rule that allowed shutting off public-access television footage on the House floor—and showed how Periscope and other live streaming platforms can be must-see TV. Plus: A classy take on unemployment.
On many parts of the internet, PDFs are seen as a faux pas for most types of documents. Despite this, however, they get used by associations for all sorts of reasons, including the sharing of articles and press releases. If this describes your association's content strategy, here's a plea to change your approach.
Ev Williams, a founder of three popular online services has some fascinating thoughts about the open web. Also: why redesigns are about more than fonts.
When 1776 was hosting the final round of its annual Challenge Cup last week, the startup incubator's two new partners—the Edison Electric Institute and the Institute for Electric Innovation—were making an impression by handing out an award of their own.
In the latest twist in the long-running saga involving open internet regulations, an appeals court ruling this week affirmed the FCC's decision to classify internet access as a public utility. Advocacy groups approved of the decision, but telecom associations emphasized that a Supreme Court appeal was likely.
What LinkedIn users should expect from Microsoft's pricey buyout. Also: The story of a hairdressing trailblazer who was an association member for nearly 80 years.