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by AccountingWeb on Jan 25, 2000
Sage Software has announced a partnership with Concentric Network to provide high-speed hosting abilities for its popular acounting program, MAS 90, allowing users of their Internet.access service better and faster connections to the accounting package.
by AccountingWeb on Jan 25, 2000
Big 5 consultants are offering new e-biz strategies for high-tech companies. New services offered by Ernst & Young, LLP (E&Y) and KPMG allow clients to benchmark their business decisions and IT investments in areas such as hosted applications and e-commerce.E&Y now offers application service providers (ASP) an auditing service that judges the ASP’s ability to securely host and manage rentable, web-based applications.
by AccountingWeb on Jan 24, 2000
Many CPAs have firms as clients who conduct business over the Internet, especially retailers and others fully engaged in E-Commerce, but how equipped are small- to medium-size CPA firms in helping their clients evaluate an online strategy?KPMG has developed its new SAVED!
by AccountingWeb on Jan 21, 2000
Cyber-security is a big issue these days. But just how vulnerable is your computer to a possible security breach? Get a quick, free and easy security diagnostic through www.antionline.com by providing nothing more than an email address. One of their systems will scan your computer remotely, and report back any potential vulnerabilities and how to fix them. Hopefully your analysis will come back without too much to report!
by AccountingWeb on Jan 21, 2000
It was only a matter of time.Individuals and businesses have been flocking to the Internet in record numbers over the past couple of years, so why not an entire town?Yesterday, the town of Halfway, Oregon officially changed it's name to Half.com, prompted by a successful lobbying effort by a dot-com company of the same name.Half.com, a business that sells half-priced books and movies over the Internet, approached the town leadership last month asking if they would be interested in changing the name of
by AccountingWeb on Jan 20, 2000
Is having the right domain name the key to success in online tax preparation?If you think the answer is "yes," and if you're willing to invest at least $260,000, then at this time next week you might be well on your way to cornering the market for online tax preparation services.How?The domain name WWW.TAXES.COM is being auctioned off this week by domain name broker GreatDomains.com.According to the promotion:"In the area of taxes, no other name confers the instant credibility and recognition rep
by AccountingWeb on Jan 20, 2000
Financial broker H.D. Vest today announced a new service which offers US taxpayers free web-prepared e-filed tax returns, regardless of salary of form requirements.The new service, available at H. D. Vest Online, is expected to draw one million users in its first tax preparation season.
by AccountingWeb on Jan 18, 2000
Many CPAs and accounting professionals rely on the Internet to transfer client files and sensitive information, but sometimes high security just doesn't work.Such was the case as MSNBC was able to hack through files, using a common database tool, to view the records of seven e-commerce Web sites, including personal information about cardholders.
by AccountingWeb on Jan 18, 2000
Testing for skills and aptitude before hiring is nothing new, but doing it over the Internet has become one of the new trends because of the immense savings in time.Ernst & Young has contracted with Virginia-based Brainbench to use the company's skills assessment tests to screen applicants for 500 IT professionals who will work on EY's Sprint contract.According to EY, using online testing sources like Brainbench reduces the hiring time from weeks to a matter of hours.
by AccountingWeb on Jan 14, 2000
If you use the Web, chances are you're accumulating many user Ids and passwords that are getting increasingly more difficult to manage. For obvious security reasons, you DON'T want to use the same login information for each site. So what to do? PassKeeper is a free Windows utility that allows you to keep a list of accounts with usernames, passwords, and even notes on the sites you visit -- a handy feature if you frequent multiple locations.
by AccountingWeb on Jan 14, 2000
CPAs have always been at the top of the list of advisors in providing value-added knowledge.
by AccountingWeb on Jan 14, 2000
Options in continuing professional education abound, and certainly the Internet has become a prime source of educational opportunities through various providers.One of the largest efforts to date is the one produced by Arthur Andersen with its Virtual Learning Network.
by AccountingWeb on Jan 13, 2000
Thanks to Steve Sanchez for a record-breaking workshop session on Making Database Integration Work For You! As a partner with InfoSolve, Inc., Steve understands the challenge of converting data into useful information.
by AccountingWeb on Jan 13, 2000
Pivot tables return by popular demand! Consultant David Carter is back at AccountingWEB with another of his vital guides to using pivot tables in Excel. David's previous tutorial on this invaluable Excel tool was the most visited part of AccountingWEB last year, and this second rundown, on sales analysis, should prove to be just as much of a hit.David's second tutorial lets you analyze complicated sales data quickly and easily from accounting packages such as Sage, Pegasus, SunAccount, Navision etc.
by AccountingWeb on Jan 10, 2000
TAXWARE International, Inc., the leading developer of transaction based, worldwide commercial tax software, is currently developing software for service providers that will enable taxes to be tabulated for anyone in the United States. The new software will even automatically report those taxes to the proper authority.Although the feds have halted government bodies from taxing online sales until 2001, that doesn’t prevent some states from imposing a usage tax. These states require residents to report out-of-state purchases.

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