A good online experience could be the difference between retaining new members and driving them away. Tackling a few important questions before you start your website redesign will help you create a roadmap to success.
Cybercriminals are getting more clever about targeting organizations and individuals. Here are three new threats you need to be on the lookout for.
Two security trade groups join forces to build a nonprofit aimed at boosting employment in the industry. Also: why the Senate filibuster is a hot topic in the advocacy world ahead of the 2020 election.
Dozens of groups are banding together to help local school and community leaders ensure that young people can fully access education and support in a virtual environment caused by the pandemic.
The weekly Associations Now tech blog is going away, though our tech coverage will very much be sticking around. Here’s a reflection on eight years of nerding out on association tech every Tuesday.
Leaders can eliminate barriers to tech adoption with a culture that supports employees. Also: transitioning to a virtual sponsorship program.
Apple’s recent conflicts over the size of the cut it takes from iOS App Store developers potentially reflects problems the App Store could create for digital-only offerings such as virtual events. It’s a situation associations should keep an eye on.
Automation can help organizations that are trying to thrive in their new remote work environments. Also: Make your Facebook video content more successful.
Even having been at it for a while, you may not know all the tools and hacks that can make virtual work a little simpler. Here are a few ideas to bolster your remote toolkit.
By August 2021, the once-dominant web browser will no longer be supported by Microsoft. Also: helping employees manage their mental health.