The Equifax breach last month was made worse by the fact that it took the company more than a month to disclose it to the public. Your organization, if it ever runs into an issue like this, will need to be faster—in part because of law changes globally.
The recent purchase of the startup TaskRabbit by IKEA offers up a really great example of what happens when an idea finds its perfect corporate catalyst. Your organization is in a position to do something similar—as long as you do your homework.
Apple's recent rule changes for the iOS App Store have many association pros wondering about whether event apps are in danger of getting rejected. The answer is yes and no, really. In short: Apple doesn't want its developers to cut corners.
Privately hosting your own cloud has its downsides, as does putting everything on a cloud provider like Microsoft Azure. But the hybrid cloud, which combines elements of each approach, is a great way to maximize the benefits of two types of cloud computing.
In the age of mobile, we're asking more of our phone numbers than ever—and that makes them potential targets for security breaches. Here are a few strategies to ensure you're properly locking things down both personally and in your organization.
The person in charge of the NYPD's tech decisions found one of her biggest moves publicly mocked. Why it was mocked, and how she responded, highlight some basic truisms around enterprise tech leadership.
A major forthcoming change to Apple's App Store is a great reminder that if your organization isn't keeping pace with modern tech trends, you're ensuring a lot of future headaches for yourself.
The latest buzz coming from the online publishing world is that it makes more sense to invest in video at this juncture, which means that a lot of writers are getting laid off. What gives—and is this something the niche media space is going to have to worry about?
A speaker at the ASAE Annual Meeting in Toronto made the case that maybe your staff directory shouldn’t be publicly accessible online. The issue, simply, comes down to security—and the fact that the threat may be savvy enough to connect the dots.
A recent business-model innovation by a Mac software developer suggests that there could be a lot of potential for rethinking the way niche software is sold—something that could have potential for associations and industry vendors.