Google teamed up with a nonprofit to keep political campaigns safe from cyberattacks. The effort shows a growing need for security for those who discuss sensitive topics. Also: The data that supports employee onboarding.
Content management systems are losing some of their innovation luster, in part because our needs are changing. Your CMS still matters, but the context for your content has to extend beyond the web.
The company that distributes BlackBerry’s smartphones announced it will end the partnership in August. Also: How to remain productive during stressful workdays.
Whether it was a busted app or a lack of training, the Iowa caucuses ran into severe problems Monday night when the Democratic party used a mobile app for the first time to report results. The saga offers lots of lessons on training, planning, and vendor management.
Use Office 365 in your workplace? You may want to turn off an upcoming new feature—so your users aren’t suddenly pushed to use Microsoft Bing as their search engine starting later this month.
A recent survey from Adobe finds that email is still a useful marketing medium—but personalization is greatly lacking, causing some major headaches for your email marketing strategy.
Cybercriminals are getting more clever about targeting organizations and individuals. Here are three new threats you need to be on the lookout for.
A look back at the tablet’s influence on the tech landscape—as well as the meetings industry. Also: Ensure that your members get value out of events.
The Wikimedia Foundation is trying to do something ambitious: The famously designed-by-committee nonprofit is planning a full rebrand, complete with a design firm’s assistance. The approach highlights the value of a third-party viewpoint.
The controversial sale of the .org domain to a private equity firm is driving a public protest against ICANN on Friday. Also: how workplace arguments can foster growth.