Business and practice software developer Sage claims to have discovered a "new breed" of accountant willing to embrace technology and an entrepreneurial approach to running their practice.
The biggest source of pain for business IT us
I've been involved in a few discussions recently about replacing printed documentation with an electronic alternative.
A payroll campaigner has called into question the National Audit Office's conclusion that HMRC is close to hitting its 95%-plus accuracy rates for processing self assessment and PAYE forms, and cha
"Access is the new Excel," declared Simon Murphy at the European Spreadsheet Risks Interest Group (EuSpRIG) conference in London this week.
Auditors, who often have to carry the can for corporate mishaps, were praised by a Financial Services Authority official this week for the improvements they have brought about in controlling and ma
One really disconcerting change to Excel 2007 is the disappearance of the toolbars. Features you use all the time seem to have disappeared back to into the menus.
Excel 2007 featured in the security updates issued by Microsoft on 10 July, the traditional second Tuesday scheduled for the company's monthly bulletins. John Stokdyk reports.