Small firms wishing to adopt new technologies should examine available services to determine which ones are the best fit for current systems, advises Daniel Moore, CPA.
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See what “bots” can do for tax practices and departments.
J. Carlton Collins, CPA, outlines the four technologies he thinks CPAs should be using.
Most of today’s laptop computers and gadgets run on lithium-ion batteries, which last longer if you keep them cooler.
Fifth generation (5G) wireless communication technology beats 4G in at least three key areas — speed, bandwidth, and efficiency. Let’s take a brief look at each.
A recently issued independence interpretation contains guidance for CPAs’ interactions with attest clients’ information systems.
CPAs are likely to proceed with caution next year amid unpredictable external forces. But technological innovation seems certain to continue its forward march.
Aaron Harris has more than 25 years of high-tech engineering experience in business applications and software development strategies. As Sage’s Global CTO, he is responsible for Sage’s technology and product vision.
A monthly look at applications, gadgets, and other technology that can improve a CPA’s job and life.
The California attorney general’s office is seeking feedback on proposed regulations on the California Consumer Privacy Act, which will become the nation’s toughest data privacy law when it goes into effect Jan. 1.
CPAs are uniquely positioned in their organizations to lead, encourage, and catalyze digital transformation, says Dan Griffiths, CPA, CGMA, a partner with Tanner LLC in Salt Lake City.
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.
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.