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

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  1. Desktop or cloud: what delivers better data security?

    Cloud-based software can shrink accounting practices’ insurance costs, but it’s not the only data security measure you need...

  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. How Power BI reaches far beyond Excel

    The take-up of Microsoft’s Power BI is growing in Australia and two Excel experts explain how usage is moving beyond early adopters...

  4. We’re digital serfs in data’s dark ages

    The printing revolution brought intellectual property rights. Should the digital revolution bring the right to personal data ownership?...

  5. Technology is making tax compliance less taxing

    It’s easier to pay tax in New Zealand and Bhutan than Australia. But Hong Kong is simplest of all, finds Paying Taxes 2019...

  6. Why sharing files via email is dumb

    A business-grade file sharing system can improve an accounting practice’s productivity and security – and avoid the pitfalls of email attachments...

  7. 10 issues your business will grapple with in 2019

    Digital transformation, cybersecurity and political paralysis are keeping business leaders awake going into 2019. But KPMG’s Keeping Us Up at Night report also reveals a greater focus on trust and...

  8. 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...

  9. 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...

  10. 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...

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