Remote work has drastically changed the way associations use technology, creating new challenges for IT departments. Association tech experts offer some recommendations for boosting tech support for your remote team.
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.
Fake traffic is growing more sophisticated than ever, and that could be bad news both for your analytics and your advertisers. Here are a few starting points for limiting the impact of traffic fakery.
With more people working and attending school from home, and relying on the internet for remote healthcare because of COVID-19, the digital divide has never been more apparent. The National Association of Counties is partnering with diverse groups to address broadband service gaps.
Are you investing enough in data hygiene? In the final installment of our three-part data series, learn how regular data housekeeping can strengthen one of your organization’s most important resources.
The Video Game History Foundation expands its archival efforts to video game source materials. Also: the association that set a Guinness World Record for its recent virtual event.
In the first of our three-part series about data today, we invite people who typically make gut decisions to consider the value of data-based decision-making. How do you win over the skeptics? Read on for a few ideas.
Whether you’re in the market for an MMS or an AMS, there are a lot of details to consider. Here are a few you should be thinking of as you research.
The smartphone giant delays a plan to take commissions from apps being used for virtual events. Also: The Scotch Whisky Association puts a focus on diversity and inclusion.
Microsoft’s chat and collaboration service Teams has been outpacing Slack’s growth since COVID-19 began, but their use cases differ in important ways—particularly in terms of how they integrate with other tools.