After what feels like a full decade of aggressive innovation, things are starting to slow down a bit—which might make tech a little easier for associations to manage in 2019.
Microsoft’s decision to embrace the same browser engine that Google’s Chrome relies on may make developers’ lives easier in the short term, but to think you should develop only for Chrome-based browsers is a big mistake.
A 2018 defined in the IT department by lots of chatter about GDPR compliance helped create an important and lasting conversation about protecting the privacy of members’ data, panelists at the ASAE Technology Conference & Expo stated last week.
The email newsletter is a centerpiece of digital strategy for many organizations. With that in mind, perhaps its creation—whether in terms of strategy or execution—shouldn’t be siloed off within one part of the association.
After a year that was defined by the General Data Protection Regulation, another proposed shift in European Union law, involving the way copyright is regulated online, could create brand-new challenges for associations with interests in the region. Here’s what you need to know.
Technical knowledge is often seen as essential for many tech roles, but it’s certainly possible that IT executives without in-depth technical knowledge might find themselves in a high-level role. Just ask Japan’s deputy chief of cybersecurity.
Recent research from Pew notes that online video, particularly on YouTube, is increasingly becoming a key way that the public informs itself. An embrace of online video could offer a potential opportunity for associations to stand out.
Sometimes the root of your organization’s future might come in the form of not only finding the right idea, but finding the right way to sell both inside your organization and to the broader world. A recent experiment in the world of publishing offers a lot of lessons on this front.
It’s not uncommon these days for your content and web teams to frequently field emails asking for some kind of link back. Link building is often a bad tactic to fall into Google’s good graces, but content marketers could learn from its faults to boost their own strategies.
While WordPress, Drupal, and other mainstay content management platforms have gained comfortable perches as market leaders, more recent platforms have a lot going for them, too. They’re worth a set of fresh eyes.