For internal IT teams at the nation’s CPA firms, their role and responsibilities have grown substantially over the past decade. From the expansion of the number of applications they need to support to the introduction
Last week, we explored seven questions to ask your prospective cloud providers as you’re doing your due diligence for your leadership team. This week, we’re going to explore seven more questions. Ensuring you ask the right questions
At the rate that business changes, technology seems to change three times faster. As quickly as mainframe computers started taking some of the workload decades ago, the personal computer came in and stole the show.
When people think of business continuity, they usually think of their business being disrupted by a natural disaster like a hurricane, tornado, or flood. COVID-19 came into our lives in March like a hurricane and
Originally published May 19, 2020 by Bill Sorenson, VP of Strategy FinTech – CISO, Netgain at www.boomer.com. COVID-19 impacts to the industryWhat a tax season! Last Fall we could never have imagined the situation where
Forrester Research forecasted that healthcare IT budgets would increase by nearly 9% this year, due to an increasing investment in technology. Similarly, research-giant Gartner agreed with the forecasted growth, but suggested most of the increased
If you’ve been following along (and we hope you have been), you’ve heard us talk about the Zero-Footprint Movement and how to plan for transitioning to a no-hardware IT environment. By now, you might be
Last month, we talked about how an industry-wide change is happening in the Zero-Footprint movement. The transition from onsite hardware to cloud-based services is happening across all industries, specifically highly-regulated industries like healthcare and financial