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Cloud Computing

All I hear these days is ‘The Cloud’ this and the ‘Cloud’ that. All the arguments about ‘savings’ and ‘ease of use’.  It is a fact that they are all there. Somewhere.

The acounting profession and business community are still reluctant to get to grips on carbon accounting and sustainability issues, but are beginning to come around according to one pioneer in

Now part of the Wolters Kluwer empire, Dutch-developed Twinfield is a well established Cloud accounting program that caters for the mid-size and larger organisations.


Cloud Computing has increasingly become mainstream over the past year, but that has not stopped the Liberal Democrats from being twitchy about it – and technology in general.

Online accounting pioneer FreeAgent recently secured investment of more than £2m to accelerate its growth. 

Cloud computing’s most profound impact is on finance professionals, according to Zach Nelson, the CEO of online ERP provider Netsuite.

In an exclusive chat with editor Stuart Lauchlan, Zach Nelson, the CEO of NetSuite, says the company’s success in the financial and accounting world is down to it being “the


A lot of small businesses that are still recovering from the economic downturn are looking to cut down costs and one way to do that might be to test cloud computing gradually.

Nigel Harris presents an update on FreeAgent Central, one of the pioneers of online accounting in the UK with an application tailored for freelances.