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AICPA TECH+(Day 4): The Role of the IT Professional in a SaaS World

“The Role of the IT Professional in a SaaS World” session was supposed to be led by Mr. Michael Bonder, but unfortunately he could not attend the AICPA Tech+ conference. Randy Johnston offered to lead his session, and I think he did a terrific job covering for Michael at the last moment. As you know […]

AICPA TECH+(Day 3): Great Web Apps

Session #53 of the AICPA Tech+ Technology Conference  – “Great Web Apps” was led by David Cieslak. David Cieslak is currently a principal at Arxis Technology, Inc. and a frequent speaker for the AICPA, Flagg Management, Sleeter Group, K2 and numerous state accounting societies.  He has been named one of Accounting Today’s 100 most influential people in accounting seven times! […]

AICPA TECH+(Day 3): What You Need To Know Before You Begin Using Cloud Computing

The session was actually led by two speakers: Lisa Johnson & Geni Whitehouse. Lisa Johnson is the CFO at TWM Associates, Inc. and IT security engineering and IA boutique. She has 26 years of experience in the combined areas of public accounting, private industry, and government contracting focusing in the area of financial auditing, IT […]

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    • How to diagnose cloud performance issues November 21, 2017
      Is your public cloud-based workload too slow? You don’t know where to look first?  Here are some quick guidelines for diagnosing the root cause of most performance issues.I’ve found that many people in IT who can quickly diagnose issues with traditional systems have trouble diagnosing cloud-based system. Why? Because they don’t have a deep understanding […]
    • Why cloud adoption isn’t slowing datacenter growth November 17, 2017
      I’m always interested in datacenters because I live in Northern Virginia, where a new one opens about once a month, leveraging a huge bundle of fiber coming out of the ground near Dulles Airport and cheap power sources. Indeed, they now call my region “Datacenter Alley.” A report by JLL shows that the strong movement of data […]
    • You want innovation? You’ll have to go to the cloud November 14, 2017
      Are we at the tipping point with cloud computing? As more technology comes out on public clouds, cloud technology seems to be pushing the limits of innovation. It’s still an emerging approach, yet the degree of innovation in the public cloud seems to have surpassed the innovation of technologies that remain on premises. A case in […]
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