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While Sage was rolling out its web-based SageOne application, its Cloud accountin


International expenses management specialist Concur raised its profile this month with an $82m deal to acquire TripIt, the web-based travel management site that lets other people know where you are


Two years after its first failed SageLive experiment, Sage UK has returned to the Cloud accounting battleground with SageOne, a


Irish Cloud entrepreneur Joe Drumgoole warned accountants this week that the tumbling cost of online technology could undermine their fee income.


Just like the January sales – which are enjoying an extra level of frenzy this year due to the VAT rate rise on the 4th – the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and Macworld in San Franc


The war of words between NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson and his arch rivals at German software house SAP is one of the IT industry’s long-running executive soap operas.

The business benefits of Cloud Computing have been clear for quite some time, so why are companies taking so long to adopt it? Chris Challis reports.


Why are accountants the laggards when it comes to Cloud computing, K2 analyst Kate Hanaghan asked the finance panellists at the Business Cloud Summit on Tuesday.


Finance and ERP applications are putting up the most resistance in the transition to Cloud computing, delegates heard at the Business Cloud Summit on Tuesday 30 November.