Research shows leaders don’t feel that digital transformations are successful. Here’s how to set changes up for success. Also: habits that help meeting planners save time (and their sanity).
The popular Games Done Quick series of events have become reliable charity fundraisers in recent years—all while helping to respect the culture of video games. A look at how the Awesome Games Done Quick event is doing these days.
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.
If your association’s email program loses its reputation among messaging providers, it can create major headaches down the road. To avoid that fate, many marketers have improved their tactics.
The podcasting market, which is growing into a major media force of its own, is fostering an array of new tracking standards, including one produced by NPR. The Interactive Advertising Bureau, meanwhile, is launching a certification campaign.
With the Defense Department putting a tighter focus on cybersecurity when dealing with contractors, the Aerospace Industries Association has responded with new voluntary industry standards that aim to complement the Pentagon’s work.
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 recent flurry of studies on the topic of artificial intelligence keeps an eye on the bigger picture of what the phenomenon means for research, the human race, and the global economy—along with places where the field shows room for improvement.
Passwords are an integral part of keeping your information safe. Here are some do’s and don’ts from 2018’s worst password offenders. (TLDR version: “000000” is a bad passcode.) Also: how to find the right benchmarks in lieu of vanity metrics.
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.