For some associations, the growing reliance on digital communication could prove a problem for areas where there are gaps in broadband access. It may be worth considering whether your communication options are leaving anyone out.
More breaks and less on-screen noise are among the solutions to managing an increase in screen time. Also: how you can monetize virtual events responsibly.
Users of the popular social network can more easily delete negative comments and promote positive ones. Also: tough questions to ask and answer during a crisis.
Laptops, monitors, and other devices went home with employees months ago, and your organization may have had to support other remote tech needs along the way. An IT association says asset management is necessary now, before workers return to the office.
Microsoft has introduced a feature that can stop an email storm in its tracks. Also: How reading fiction can lead to better content marketing.
Taking a meeting over video is one thing; putting on a virtual event is another entirely. Here are some tech tips worth having at the ready if you need better video quality than a laptop webcam can offer.
How technology can keep you from burning out. Also: Leaders who think they know it all might cause problems at their organization.
Taking advantage of the current crisis and new tech tricks, email-based phishing attackers are upping their game at the moment. Here are a few things you should watch for.
COVID-19 might have derailed your project plans, but it’s worth considering what might still be possible remotely. There might be more to salvage than you think.
It takes the right mindset to bring real change. Also: how a social media schedule can improve your marketing efforts.