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IT and data management

Articles, reports and other resources that enable accountants in business to make a real difference to their organisations by providing them with practical information on the latest thinking in IT and data management.

Quantum computing

Gary Tinnams explores the world of quantum computing and how the efforts of IBM and Google might one day bear fruit. Enter the megacomputer.

Entry level software

Paul Golden considers how to make sure staff are clued up on the latest software in order to see work through in the longer term.

IT data and networks

Christopher Brinton and Mung Chiang chart the six principles that guide the networks influencing our everyday lives.

Good with data

With an explosion in the big data available to businesses, how do you go about capturing it effectively or deciding if it’s worth capturing at all?

Thoughts that count

As technology develops, people are starting to realise that it is very important to be tech-savvy in business. Tim Philips explains why this is.

Not just a silver lining

New technologies can yield big improvements in productivity, but what does this mean for the back office in practice? David Adams finds out.

Productive platforms

From time management apps to wearables tracking project goals, Sarah Hiscock explores the software changing how we record our working day.

Social connections

From Blab to Slack, Meerkat to Whatsapp, there are myriad ways to connect, but which will yield the most benefits to SMEs? Sarah Hiscock reports.

Welcome to the machine

With the world’s increasing dependence on IT, CFOs need to be more in tune with technology than ever. David Adams finds out how finance professionals have made IT their business.

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