When a big upgrade to Windows, iOS, or MacOS comes about, how soon should you pull the trigger on a software update? Generally, you might want to let your IT department make that decision. Here’s why.
The popularity of podcasting means you might have to double down on the strategy when bringing your message to the world on the way to making an impact. Read on for some podcasting tips.
The Association for Electronic Music is putting a sharp focus on mental health in a new guide that offers resources to musicians struggling with depression, stress, and substance abuse.
Employee engagement is often a challenging thing to get right, especially long term. But a focus on cultural needs and offering the right resources could help rekindle a flagging employee’s mojo.
The Diamond Producers Association is working to emphasize the natural, historic advantages that natural diamonds have with a new advertising campaign that goes way back.
The decennial process of counting the U.S. population is about to get underway, and nonprofit coalitions are starting to boost their Census awareness efforts—complete with major ad campaigns.
Recent research finds that giving days on sites like Facebook are shifting nonprofit fundraising strategies. But while social media keeps small nonprofits in the game, larger ones still have an advantage.
According to a new report done in partnership with Google, two-thirds of U.S. adults use the same password for multiple things—and that’s not even the worst security habit tech users have.
“Bring your own device” has been an enterprise mainstay for years, despite its various end-user weaknesses. But a new iOS feature from Apple could make it easier to balance business and pleasure.
Event planners and business travelers alike should be aware of the additional costs that come with launching an event in a coastal city, a new study of most expensive cities finds.