Why shouldn’t CPA firms wait on others to develop AI and data analytics tools? Find out in this podcast episode.
Information management and technology assurance
These tips will help you select and implement software effectively.
Expanding Your App-titude is now Tech Tools, a name that better reflects the goal of reviewing technology that can help CPAs.
'Business email compromise' cost 2 companies more than $30 million.
The 2019 version of Excel contains a wide assortment of new and improved features and capabilities. Here's a look at 12 of those upgrades.
Correcting an item from July 2018, "Microsoft Office: Rounding Time in Excel."
Conducting scenario planning through analytics can prepare companies and employees to invest their resources wisely and succeed in the jobs of the future.
What do ATMs and postage stamps have to do with blockchain? Find out in this JofA podcast episode.
This article offers tips to make sure you're ready when the technology is.
The potential for devastating damage posed by data breaches means that not-for-profits and other organizations shouldn’t pinch pennies in this area. These tips can help reduce the risks.
Defining the requirements and the measure of success is the first step in a successful technology overhaul, according to Steve Palomino, CPA/CITP, CGMA.
Have you ever started using Google Maps's driving (or walking) directions, only to find you immediately started going the wrong way?
How to use Excel's Camera tool to achieve the effect of multiple chart types.
Six handy Windows shortcuts, from Technology Q&A author J. Carlton Collins, CPA.
How to use Microsoft Excel's built-in Scenario Manager tool.
How to create an automated list of worksheet names in Excel -- and add a table of contents.
The Securities and Exchange Commission cautioned public companies to be on the lookout for a class of cyber-related fraud called “business email compromise.”
This article looks at two subsets of artificial intelligence that could have an impact on the way accounting professionals do their jobs.
You can download much of your Facebook data, or a portion of those data.
This infographic shows how data breaches can be a serious problem for CPAs.