The most recent version of Gartner’s Emerging Risks Report finds that top senior executives in risk management roles say that the quickly developing reliance on cloud computing is making them nervous.
Online marketers have increasingly come to embrace user interface strategies that are specifically engineered to encourage a certain kind of response, a concept known as “dark patterns.” Just because everyone else is doing it doesn’t mean you should.
The four major U.S. carriers, as part of a task force that they launched earlier this year, announced a mobile login tool that the companies suggest could improve mobile security.
The American Nightlife Association is aiming big with its latest partnership, which will allow its members to accept different forms of cryptocurrency, such as bitcoin.
The New Jersey Hospital Association is launching a new program, CHART, to utilize big data in hopes of spotting the underlying problems behind the medical issues its members tackle.
In a new ad campaign, the Institute of Management Accountants highlights strategic growth opportunities amid technological advancement through the CMA certification program.
With the negative press and declining fortunes of social media suggesting that another path is needed for content marketers, one route that’s emerging is a not-so-dusty throwback: search engine optimization, or SEO. Here’s an SEO refresher.
While there is definite value when it comes to using open-source software, a couple of recent incidents highlight how licensing rule changes, already controversial on their own, could threaten to bite back if you aren’t keeping an eye on things.
California’s new data privacy law, in the mold of Europe’s GDPR, is leading the tech and advertising industries to push for federal legislation that would standardize the rules—and soften some of the California law’s requirements.
A new study from Adobe finds that email engagement is holding steady, but a variety of email-related annoyances are taking the fun out of it.