This year’s Business Cloud Summit in November was an eye-opening experience for a practising software sceptic.
After a year of sluggish growth, Sage is hoping that sales from cloud computing will make up for weak markets in France and Spain and help accountancy software supplier to double its growth rate by
At what point should a firm drop the DIY approach? Mark Lee asks Adam Maurice for advice on the IT support options for accountants and their clients.
I was recently asked to speak at a Glasgow Digital event explaining what Software as a Service (SaaS) was all about.
In its latest predictions, technology analyst Gartner Inc warned that a number of innovative and disruptive technologies will reach a point of revolutionary convergence in 2013, reports Gail Pu
In partnership with Xero, AccountingWEB is exploring the profession’s perceptions and attitudes towards Cloud computing in an online sur
After more than a year of development work, CCH Software is ready to unleash the “end-to-end” integration of its ProSystem tax and practice suite with the cloud-based Twinfield accounting system.
Accountant David Logan spelled out a stark warning to fellow practitioners at the recent IRIS World event at Twickenham.
The cloud can transform practices’ relationships with their clients and increase their profitability, but are UK accountants addicted to traditional ‘broken’ practices, asks Rod Newing from the