Key statistics illustrate the threats facing the accounting profession—and potential liability for firms if a breach occurs.
Information management and technology assurance
Here's a primer on the potentially transformative digital ledger technology.
Windows 10 includes a free tool called Quick Assist, which enables one person to remotely control another person's Windows 10 PC with that person's permission.
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Tax practice clients’ personal information requiring protection now often includes driver’s license numbers.
Embracing technology and making changes in your firm now will help your firm succeed in the future as new technologies enable auditors to provide more value to clients.
Rapid advances in technology are causing headaches and creating opportunities for accounting firms.
The Association and CPA.com Startup Accelerator will provide funding and other support to as many as five early-stage companies that emerge from a competition.
The decentralized ledger system may seem confusing, but it also adds up to new opportunities for savvy financial professionals.
The demand is increasing for CPA firms to understand how new technologies are affecting clients.
Our annual technology roundtable explores the importance of multifactor authentication and solutions for securing clients’ data in the cloud.
Increased use of data analytics is helping auditors find more information that could be helpful to clients.
What should CPAs be doing to better protect their data and derive more value from the investments in technology? Find out from our panel of accounting technology experts.
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By default, later versions of Microsoft's speech recognition tool record your dictation into a dialog box called the dictation scratchpad.
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