The sky is falling. Or, should I say, the cloud? No, I’m not Chicken Little. You might want to pay attention to this one…
Auditors -- especially seasoned IT auditors -- are familiar with the scene of sitting with a nervous backup and recovery analyst once a year for a walkthrough. If you haven’t had the pleasure of experiencing it, here’s the drill:
As a firm owner my biggest fear is getting left behind. Well, that and running into the three worst days a business owner will face.
Today in good-luck-explaining-that news, the New York Post reports that an EY tax advisor shared a USB drive "that was supposed to contain client records" but included something else:
As auditing changes, naturally, so will the auditors. Technology drives a lot of this change so it stands to reason that people who understand and build technology will become the new auditors.
A couple weeks ago, Megan said, “It's Time for Accountants to Ditch Dual Monitors” which I read on one of my three screens.
You’re probably familiar with Uber by now, unless you live under a rock, or live in the 25% of the country not yet covered by it.
News flash: Artificial intelligence (AI) and other cognitive technologies are eliminating jobs left and right. Bloomberg reports as many as 5 million jobs by 2020. Oh, calamity.
Here’s what my first day at a client would typically look like (circa 2012):