Microsoft and 33 other companies have signed on to an agreement that pledges that they will protect their customers—and won’t take part in state-sponsored attacks on users, an issue that has become more pronounced in recent months.
According to a study published in the Journal of Corporate Finance, a CEO with a diverse social network can have a direct impact on the success of an organization—both in terms of business opportunities and innovation.
The General Data Protection Regulation, designed to increase privacy of users online, could have a painful side effect for ICANN, which manages the internet’s domain names. The reason? A database it manages—WHOIS, one fundamental to the way the internet works—does not comply with GDPR.
The latest website security concern, which jumps on the cryptocurrency craze, could be a big headache for users of WordPress or Drupal. Also: XDP gets going in a big way.
The former first lady, who died this week at the age of 92, helped raise millions of dollars for family literacy efforts that continue to this day—with a little help from her dogs.
TED’s Audacious Project aims to support nonprofits with major potential by offering them massive amounts of funding to help their big ideas scale quickly. The philanthropic approach borrows much from the world of startups.
A new report from McAfee finds that the security risks that come with using the public cloud—including the potential of data theft—do not seem to be deterring many organizations, which are embracing the convenience and cost factors driving cloud uptake.
The National Beer Wholesalers Association is drawing attention to the scope of its industry in a new campaign, highlighting the many jobs it creates.
The nonprofit Report for America aims to support beat reporting in areas of the country that have lost journalism resources as a result of media consolidation. The idea modeled off the Teach for America concept, aims to ensure that people understand what’s happening in their local communities.
You may hear a lot these days about how automation kills jobs. But automation isn’t all bad—the right tech tools can help make you more efficient so you can get away from busywork and focus on the bigger picture.