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How innovation, digital disruption and new ideas are driving change in business

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  1. Cyber threats are endless, so protect your organisation’s crown jewels

    No organisation has limitless resources, so it’s critical to determine priorities in your business’s cybersecurity spend...

  2. Why you should ‘kick the tyres’ of new technology

    QuickBooks advertising feature: An appetite to continually evaluate new technology solutions for you and your clients can be a vital ingredient for success...

  3. 7 tips for great Google Ads for accountants

    What’s the secret to getting Google Ads right for accounting practices? Use these tips to boost leads and conversions...

  4. How onboarding software produces profitable client relationships

    Software that effectively onboards clients and manages the scope of work can increase revenue in a value-pricing practice...

  5. How to use Xero smarter

    Kylie Parker CA’s Xero tips come from real-world experience, and can slash the amount of time it takes to update, process and review an accounting file...

  6. 7 social media wins for 2019

    Put your business ahead of the curve in 2019 with these tips for an effective social media strategy...

  7. Combining digital with the human touch

    Despite the rise and rise of technology, great customer service for all sorts of business is still driven by human interaction...

  8. How cheap prediction can change accounting

    Artificial intelligence may be best understood as “cheap prediction”. And prediction is a useful input to decisions – but people will still be needed to make the decisions...

  9. Failing to connect

    Studies of teleworking in accounting firms show the accounting profession still struggling to make telework work. Firm leaders need to step up...

  10. Seven steps to comply with new data laws

    Organisations which do not comply with new data protection laws in the EU and Australia can face tough penalties. Here’s a checklist to avoid falling foul of the new data rules...