The 3D Retail Coalition is working with some major retailers on body processing technology that could redefine returns. The group is working closely with IEEE on creating standards for the technology.
Twitter's latest feature, "Happening Now," puts the spotlight on events. Also: How to make changes in a stubborn office.
With the launch of both a new committee and working group, the Kiosk Industry Group Association hopes to ensure that its members stay on the right side of the law as the use of kiosks grows.
With the NCAA taking more of a wait-and-see approach, a handful of regional and national groups have built support for organized esports at college campuses around the country. One group has even moved into working with high schools.
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.
NGA Future, a new offshoot initiative of the National Governors Association, plays off the fact that recent board chairmen have focused intently on technology. The new effort could help foster thought leadership among state officials.
Blockchain technology, traditionally associated with cryptocurrency like bitcoin, has become a major focus of shipping logistics in recent months, with the newly formed Blockchain in Trucking Alliance leading the way.
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.
From cybersecurity to governance, the Internet Society’s new report on the global network’s future takes a deep dive into some big issues that promise to get even bigger in the years to come. The 2017 Internet Society Global Internet Report comes as the group celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. The internet is more essential […]
A new peer-to-peer financial app supported by the banking industry is drawing some buzz away from Venmo—in part because of the way that Zelle leverages advantages the industry has that a standalone company doesn't. For one thing, account transfers are instant.