For firms that offer virtual CFO and other client accounting services, the category is becoming a significant contributor to the top line, according to the results of a survey from the AICPA Private Companies Practice Section and CPA.com.
Information management and technology assurance
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Our company is interested in drone delivery technology. When might this technology become available?
In what has become a Journal of Accountancy annual tradition, we take a look at the high-tech gifts most likely to make your favorite CPA smile this holiday season. This year’s list of high-tech holiday goodies is heavy on the delivery of HD video and high-quality sound.
A few options exist for controlling some of Excel’s AutoFormat behavior.
Is there a way to get around those websites that require you to decipher text images that are barely readable?
A monthly look at apps and websites that can make the CPA’s job and life better. This month: Do! and Asana.
This article offers tips on maintaining a good working relationship with your organization's IT professionals.
This column offers basic information to help you determine your needs, as well as a set of questions you can use to assess potential cloud vendors.
AICPA proposals would guide design and evaluation of cyber risk management.
Tips for printing all of the worksheets in an Excel workbook at one time.
How to add a checkmark to your Microsoft Word document.
Is it possible to delete all personal profile information from the internet?
This month: CamFind offers early look at object recognition ... For fun, try My Garden Answers or Vivino
Tips to free up space on a computer hard drive.
A handy formatting tip for pasting from the internet into a Word document.
These 5 tips will help organizations fit security spending into their budgets in a balanced way.
Scam perpetrators can mine crucial information from executives’ public profiles on social media.
Here’s how preparers can help thwart identity thieves.
Can you recommend a good, low-cost (under a few hundred dollars), wireless security camera system that automatically records and notifies you when motion is detected?