Practice Management news February 2012

Practice Management

AAA Partners with Halogen to Build World-Class Accounting Firms

Halogen Software today announced a partnership with the Association for Accounting Administration (AAA). This partnership provides the association's more than 900 members access to best practice HR resources and special purchase terms for Halogen's award-winning Talent Management Suite for professional services.
Practice Management

Sleep Soundly with Data Security

Can you sleep soundly at night knowing your firm is safe from data security breaches? Security is a vitally important area that often is overlooked or taken for granted by accounting and law firms because it's not looked at as strategic, but rather one of those things that should and must be done "just in case."
Technology

Cloud Chiefs Talk Myths, Trends, and the Future for Business IT

In February, Microsoft News Center (MNC) spoke with Kurt DelBene, President of the Microsoft Office Division, and Satya Nadella, President of Microsoft's Server and Tools Business, about what's new and what's unchanged with cloud computing. Here's what they had to say.
Practice Management

Federal Agency Paves Way for Easier Move to the Cloud

The US General Services Administration (GSA) has released long-awaited details on a standardized program that is expected to smooth the way for the federal government's move to the cloud. Security risks are one of the main stumbling blocks for government agencies to make the move to a cloud-based solution.
Practice

Six Things Accountants Often Don't Understand about LinkedIn

You've probably heard about LinkedIn, and perhaps you've already registered your profile. Thousands of accountants register, but many fail to register properly, they complain about it, or they simply say it hasn't generated any business for them.
Practice

New CSC Survey of More Than 3,500 Cloud Computing Users

A survey of IT decision makers found that the shift to cloud computing is driven primarily by a desire to connect employees through a multitude of computing devices. Thirty-three percent cited accessibility to information through multiple devices as their top reason for adopting cloud computing.
Community News

AccountingWEB Readers Find Time Management a Challenge

Few readers think time management is their strong suit, with the vast majority of respondents to a recent survey – 87.3 percent – saying they're either "OK, not great" at it or "could use some improvement." It's no wonder. During tax season, most accountants feel the tensions of too much work and too little time.

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