A pair of reports highlight the dangers that organizations could face from the use of multiple cloud services, due to the additional ways that attackers can breach an organization’s data.
Sometimes it makes the most sense to host livestreams of your events on your own platforms—but the livestreaming space is evolving and you could be missing opportunities by not changing things up.
New research finds that while AI use is expected to skyrocket in the coming years, most employers aren’t concerned about unethical uses of the technology. They also haven’t created ethics policies to address AI use, though they should.
The industry group, which counts Samsung, Panasonic, and Intel as members, recently announced a set of standards for the industry to follow as it tries to move television sets to an 8K resolution.
An analysis from the marketing firm GetResponse found open and click rates surged when just one message was sent per week. The report also found that the first hour after an email is sent is key.
Making a plea for new tech? This is how you should position your conversation with the board. Also: Nonprofit leaders should pave the way for social good.
A recent scheme by a programmer to attempt to fund his open-source project through advertising drew heavy backlash among fellow programmers, but his bigger point is one associations can appreciate.
Three higher-education associations are encouraging college and university leaders to embrace analytics as a way to improve strategic decision-making.
The Linux Foundation-backed Confidential Computing Consortium aims to bring stakeholders together on emerging technology focused on securing private data while it’s in use.
Evidence is growing that Google increasingly favors its own digital properties over organic search results. That could be a problem for your web traffic if you rely on SEO. Here’s what to consider.