by AccountingWeb on Aug 30, 1999
A ranking of the top 500 revenue-generating private and public companies on the Internet soon will be available. More than 1,600 companies are currently being surveyed in the most comprehensive research project of its kind.Inter@ctive Week is conducting the research in conjunction with the Massachusett's Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management and Ernst & Young.
by AccountingWeb on Aug 29, 1999
Regions located outside of the United States have the greatest potential for e-commerce growth according to research conducted by International Data Corp. (IDC). The IDC Report revealed that nearly 60 percent of the world’s online audience is located outside of the United States, with this group expected to generate almost 46 percent of global Internet spending by 2003.IDC’s research showed that e-commerce is strong in Western Europe where the adoption of the Euro is said to be increasing Internet sales.
by AccountingWeb on Aug 29, 1999
Should products sold over the Internet be tax-free? This question is the focus of an Internet tax study assigned to a 19-member U.S. panel named by Congress. Under a 1998 "cyberlaw," a three-year tax reprieve was set for new state and local Internet taxation to give the panel time to produce the in-depth study.But obtaining funding for the study seems to be as cumbersome as finding an answer to the initial question.
by AccountingWeb on Aug 27, 1999
Watch out for Internet Explorer's security bugs! Internet Explorer 5.0 (IE 5) possesses some security gaps that allows unscrupulous web sites to read or transfer a file from your hard drive to its server.The security hole allows websites to include an activeX control called DHTML edit control. The control must know the name of the file it will transfer from your hard drive, but standard files are usually used to store private PGP keys, passwords, and other sensitive information.The bug also allows transaction spoofing.
by AccountingWeb on Aug 27, 1999
During the Dell DirectConnect conference this week, Microsoft chairman and CEO Bill Gates told 1,200 managers he believed Windows 2000 will ship by the end of the year. Gates also reported that Microsoft will spend $3.8 billion this year on research and development endeavors.Gates said the tie-in with Austin-based Dell Computer Corporation starts with the two companies' efforts to change the traditional way work is accomplished by employing a paperless and efficient work environment.
by AccountingWeb on Aug 26, 1999
Upon launching its new Internet service called Netscape Online in Britain, AOL Europe made headlines when it warned its rivals to be aware of the new competition caused by the new, subscription-free online product.AOL Europe is a joint venture between America Online Inc. and Germany's Bertelsmann AG.
by AccountingWeb on Aug 26, 1999
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)has taken the unusual step of advising small companies to throw away a threatening letter from an organization representing some of the world's biggest software companies.
by AccountingWeb on Aug 26, 1999
Companies can now interpret and comply with FinancialAccounting Standards Board Statement No. 133 (FAS 133) withthe first available enterprise treasury solution.PeopleSoft will deliver its PeopleSoft Treasury Management the second quarter of 2000. The software package is a comprehensive solution enabling organizations to track, manage and report derivatives and related hedged items.FAS 133 applies to all entities and to all type ofderivatives and is effective for all fiscal quarters offiscal years beginning after June 15, 2000.
by AccountingWeb on Aug 25, 1999
Get up-to-date information on the latest product releases and new services with this new program. But wait! That's not all…Peachtree software announced today the availability of an exclusive program for public accountants.
by AccountingWeb on Aug 25, 1999
The number of lawsuits associated with hiring new employees is increasing at an incredible rate and now accounts for more than one in 10 employment suits in the United States.
by AccountingWeb on Aug 25, 1999
PC Week reports this week that a Boston-based technology management consulting company has found that an Excel year 2000 error causing drastic math errors went undetected by a handful of Y2K analysis tools.Unless users of Microsoft Excel download scanning tools from the company's Web site, their spreadsheets could go haywire when they open their files on at New Years Day.
by AccountingWeb on Aug 25, 1999
America Online Inc. released a new version of its Instant Messaging software that includes features like stock tickers and graphics transfers. The new version of AOL's service, now available for download, allows users to watch continuously updated news and stock quotes and choose a screen name up to 16 characters in length. The company announced it will also help users set AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) as their default messaging program.
by AccountingWeb on Aug 25, 1999
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) launched the upgraded e-business version of its Web site, The Intellectual Property Exchange (IPEX). The IPEX assists intellectual asset management (IAM) professionals in search of intellectual property acquisition, joint venture and licensing opportunities.
by AccountingWeb on Aug 24, 1999
Hewlett Packard, Deloitte & Touche and QAD announced they have formed an international beverage focus team to help beverage manufacturers and distributors answer their industry-specific enterprise software needs in the areas of e-business, food safety compliance, manufacturing agility and brand management.The team is offering beverage companies a joint solution that provides tight integration of QAD applications and other best-in-class beverage software with HP servers and consulting services
by AccountingWeb on Aug 24, 1999
Internet service provider PSINet Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to buy Transaction Network, a provider of data communications and electronic commerce services. PSINet said it would buy the processor of sales over the Web for a $720 million cash-and-stock deal.Transaction Network runs a network used by U.S. credit card processors that has reportedly experienced rapid growth this year.

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