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AICPA TECH+(Day 2): Calculating TCO in a SaaS World – is it REALLY Cheaper

Today’s session on Calculating TCO in a SaaS World was led by Geni Whitehouse. Geni Whitehouse is a former software company executive, she has implemented solutions from Peachtree to Peoplesoft, and was instrumental in getting XBRL implemented in Navision Software. Geni is the author of “How to Make a Boring Subject Interesting: 52 Ways Even […]

AICPA TECH+(Day 2): SaaS Showcase

The SaaS Showcase session was very informative and the speakers were to the point with clear explanations and demos of the products. Today we had 6 SaaS vendors presenting their accounting specific products that live in the Cloud and giving us a very high level of overview. Related Posts:AICPA TECH+(Day 2): Calculating TCO in a […]

AICPA TECH+(Day 2): Planning for Disasters and Recovery

Today’s session on Disasters and Recovery was led by Eric M. Rigby. Eric Rigby is a Louisiana native with more than 20 years of experience in Accounting, Tax services, Business consulting, Dispute resolution, Financial planning, and wealth management. Prior to forming Rigby Financial Group, he gained extensive experience with global accounting firm Ernst & Young, […]

  
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    • ‘Pick that cloud, lose our business’: What to do June 23, 2017
      Here’s a shocker: Wal-Mart is telling some technology companies that if they want Wal-Mart’s business, they can’t use Amazon Web Services. (Wal-Mart says it simply doesn’t want customers storing Wal-Mart’s sensitive info on AWS.) That’s a tall order for technology companies that may have invested millions in their tech running on AWS.However, if you see […]
    • This time, you can trust the cloud Magic Quadrant June 20, 2017
      The latest Garter Magic Quadrant report for cloud infrastructure is out. Usually, the release of a Magic Quadrant means I have to correct its findings when talking to my clients. Enterprises take these as gospel, managing by Magic Quadrant—and as a result picking their technology, often the wrong technology, for the wrong reasons.This time, I […]
    • The 2 cloud security myths that must die June 16, 2017
      There seem to be two groups of people out there when it comes to cloud security: There are those who believe that public clouds are systemically unsafe, and those who believe clouds are impenetrable.They’re both wrong. Both of these myths are dangerous, and so they need to die.[ The cloud storage security gap—and how to […]
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