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.
Your employees might be feeling the pain of a tech overload. Also: the state of association marketing in 2020.
If your association let the end-of-support date for Windows 7 blow past, you might need one of these four fixes. And it might be time to consider another strategy for dealing with legacy operating systems.
Google’s decision to transition away from third-party cookies is controversial and could bring a period of transition for digital advertising, observers say.
Taking a proactive approach to cybersecurity by building a threat model. Also: the hidden benefits of uncertainty.
When your organization is knee-deep in setting technical standards for the broader world, don’t forget that mere mortals have to use this stuff, too. The USB Implementers Forum learned this lesson recently.
The Consumer Technology Association teamed with the Heart Rhythm Society to produce a guide on how to best use wearable devices to monitor and manage personal health, unveiled in a special health tech education track at CES.
With founding ICANN leadership on board along with the CEO of the Wikimedia Foundation, a new nonprofit cooperative aims to convince ICANN to let it manage the .org domain instead of a private equity firm.
A 2019 Campaign Monitor report reveals the latest email marketing trends. Also: AARP uses VR to promote social interaction.
Slow webpages are growing increasingly unsightly as we start the new decade. For your audience’s sake, take a few steps to optimize things—and give them a better experience in the process.