Technology & Information Management

Tax Software: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
 

Tax Software: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

Posted: January 5, 2018
Inevitably, at tax time, tempers flare, systems shut down and files get locked. And accounting professionals look to their tax software for help. More than 40 NJCPA members with a tax specialty responded in September and October 2017 to a series of questions to gauge the effectiveness of their current tax software. Find out their responses.

Managing Clients
 

Managing Clients' Books with QuickBooks Online Accounting

Posted: November 17, 2017
With the increasing popularity of com­puter programs shifting into the cloud, it’s no surprise that QuickBooks has jumped on board with new technology as well. This makes it more important than ever for CPAs to keep up to date with the latest accounting technology.

Cognitive Technologies and the Impact on Audits
 

Cognitive Technologies and the Impact on Audits

Posted: November 8, 2017
Data produced in the world is growing at a rapid pace. This raises a number of challenges for many businesses, including how to protect and manage that data. But it also creates a potential advantage for auditors who are able to harness technology.

Cloud Accounting: The New Frontier
 

Cloud Accounting: The New Frontier

Posted: November 6, 2017
The cloud technology model is having a significant impact on the traditional accounting services model, at both ends of the spectrum. Read to find out more.

Does Computer Hardware Matter with the Cloud?
 

Does Computer Hardware Matter with the Cloud?

Posted: August 1, 2017
Some years are hardware years; some years are software years. With cloud strategies, including both hosting and SaaS, does local hardware matter? The short answer is yes. Find out how which technology is right for your team.

Achieving Business Agility – Why Tech and People Work Best Together
 

Achieving Business Agility – Why Tech and People Work Best Together

Posted: July 12, 2017
Technology is often the first port of call for many organizations in their quest to become more agile. However, if you don’t have the right people with the right skill sets to leverage the technology, you will not achieve maximum ROI on your tech investment.

To the Cloud or Not?
 

To the Cloud or Not?

Posted: June 27, 2017
The two most common concerns from CPAs about the cloud are security and cost. While those are both very legitimate concerns, the overall value proposition of the cloud computing model significantly outweighs those concerns. Find out why you should move to the cloud.

Microsoft Office 365 — What You Should Know and Why
 

Microsoft Office 365 — What You Should Know and Why

Posted: May 5, 2017
Deploying Microsoft Office 365 in an organization is really just the tip of the iceberg. One of the newest applications in the Office 365 suite is Power BI, for example, which provides an excellent opportunity for CPAs to add more value to their organization.

 How Small Accounting Firms Find Big Advantages in the Cloud
 

How Small Accounting Firms Find Big Advantages in the Cloud

Posted: January 13, 2017
Traditional accounting practices relying on non-integrated accounting systems, beware. Today’s competitive financial services world demands actionable insights that improve efficiency and drive revenue. Here’s how your firm can effectively use cloud computing.

Office 365: The Staple of the Business Cloud?
 

Office 365: The Staple of the Business Cloud?

Posted: June 8, 2016
The cloud continues to dominate conversations in businesses of all sizes every day. The application that businesses most commonly bring to the cloud is their email and productivity suite.