2020 is not far away, and that means major changes related to technology are coming at us fast. The tech-focused founder of a consulting firm provides a preview.
Information management and technology assurance
Businesses with customers in California or the European Union must shore up their data collection practices or face significant fines.
There are many viable electronic signature products in the marketplace. Here's how to get started.
Microsoft seems to have reduced the number of Easter eggs hidden in its software in recent years, but other software publishers still allow their programmers the perk of adding a little levity to their creations.
As of August 2019, Dell was selling a nicely loaded computer workstation with an Intel Core i9 chip for just $1,394.67, including free shipping.
A look at where to find free fonts and how to install them.
How to enable or disable printing of slide numbers on PowerPoint handouts.
An uptick in adoption of facial-recognition systems in retail, banking, travel, and other sectors calls on CPAs and other business leaders to assess the benefits of the technology against the risks.
Openness to change and lifelong learning can help CPAs thrive amid accelerating tech development, says AICPA fall Council speaker Jeffrey Rogers.
Consult your firm’s security protocols when installing and deploying RPA components and keep in mind segregation of duties and controls, says Danielle Supkis Cheek, CPA, director of entrepreneurial advisory services at PKF Texas.
Robotic process automation can reduce staffing costs related to repetitive, lower-level jobs while also freeing up time for staff to devote to more rewarding work, potentially reducing turnover, says Danielle Supkis Cheek, CPA.
Discover techniques for gamifying academic integrity, helping Googlers, and more.
This article explores ways accountants should be preparing themselves and their businesses for the coming wave of technology-powered disruption.
Louise W. Reed, CPA, has developed a blockchain-based online marketplace that she believes will facilitate tax credit transfers nationally.
We're happy to report that Microsoft has now brought back real-time stock prices, but they are available only in Office 365, and the steps for creating such a link are different.
Today’s tax firms must be vigilant against cyberthreats.
A new ethics interpretation gives CPAs guidance on preserving their independence with attest clients.
Examining the key financial accounts and expense categories flagged in SEC enforcement actions can help companies reduce fraud risks.
A monthly look at applications, gadgets, and other technology that can improve a CPA’s job and life. This month: Everplans.com.
Here is a summary of some of the more significant prerelease enhancements to Windows, which you can try right now by becoming a Windows Insider.