The legacy community platform, active for nearly two decades and an inspiration to many platforms that came since, is going offline soon. Also: Should you call or text members?
How do you adapt to a rapidly changing workplace? Develop your soft skills. Also: keeping remote employees engaged.
According to a new report done in partnership with Google, two-thirds of U.S. adults use the same password for multiple things—and that’s not even the worst security habit tech users have.
“Bring your own device” has been an enterprise mainstay for years, despite its various end-user weaknesses. But a new iOS feature from Apple could make it easier to balance business and pleasure.
Cyberattacks tend to ramp up in Q4, and many are due to human error. Invest in phishing training to protect your organization. Also: the next step on your cybersecurity to-do list.
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.
The company that primarily maintains the Drupal content management system was sold for a billion dollars last week. Also: Facebook looks into making likes less visible.
Through its LF Edge umbrella organization, the Linux Foundation is working to ensure that edge-computing tools are built in a thoughtful, open way as the field matures.
While members have high opinions of associations’ technology, staff doesn’t feel quite the same way—with long-term concerns a big factor why, according to a Community Brands study.
The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation’s new program aims to train service members on advanced kitchen skills—which might come in handy when they join the civilian workforce.