Cloud Computing

Some people believe 2012 will be the year when cloud computing really comes to the fore.

It would appear that a lot of people still don’t have a good grasp of exactly what cloud computing is.


John Stokdyk reflects how the Cloud computing movement would benefit from some good, old fashioned financial common sense.


“Cloud computing is completely changing the UK business landscape” said former Dragon James Caan last week.

SAP reports that its Cloud-based Business ByDesign ERP system is slowly gaining traction with mid-market customers, but is being hampered by the need to localise the software for different jurisdic

Continuing his round-up of the leading Cloud accounting applications, Nigel Harris reviews AccountsIQ, which offers sophisticated functions catering for mid-size businesses.


Cloud software company KashFlow has embarked on a huge giveaway to expand its Orbit Accounts application for practitioners.


What a difference a year makes, in Cloud Accounting terms at least.

How do we evaluate which web based accounts package is best?

The following is a guide to Cloud based accounting systems produced by Vision Q&A Consultancy Limited.