We can keep you up-to-date with tech issues and developments.
The IT Faculty provides a comprehensive and accessible package of guidance and technical advice to help you stay ahead of the rest.
2017 editions of Chartech, the bi-monthly magazine of the IT Faculty.
2016 editions of Chartech, the bi-monthly magazine of the IT Faculty.
2015 editions of Chartech, the bi-monthly magazine of the IT Faculty.
2014 editions of Chartech, the bi-monthly magazine of the IT Faculty.
2013 editions of Chartech, the bi-monthly magazine of the IT Faculty.
The tech essentials guides update members on the latest technology issues affecting the accountancy profession. They aim to bring practical tips and expert insights on a range of topics, setting you up for any action you'll need to take.
Support for members looking to manage cyber risks and cyber crime.
While many businesses may recognise the risks around cyber security, it can be difficult to know where to start.
There are many good security practices which businesses can adopt to manage their risks around IT.
What happens if your systems are unavailable for a period of time?
No security can ever be fully effective and businesses have to prioritise resources on the basis of risk.
Information security and data privacy are increasingly subject to legal regulation, as well as industry standards.
In order to sustain value from IT systems, individuals and organisations need to have confidence in the security of sensitive information, as well as how it is being used and shared.
Excel is one of the most popular end-user tools in the accountant’s portfolio. Spreadsheets enable us to quickly and flexibly perform analysis that otherwise would be difficult or time-consuming; however, there is a tendency to place undue trust in them.
Stay up-to-date with the fast moving technology world by attending our events and webinars in 2017.
With continual advances in technology, transferring business software to the cloud is a trend on the increase. But is it for you? Four businesses talk about their experience of transition.
Making Information Systems Work is about the successful application of IT by business and government. It supports informed debate and practice on the basis of three themes –value, trust and standards.
Notwithstanding the teething problems with HMRC’s Real Time Information project, organisations need to make sure their software is ready for its imminent arrival. BASDA’s advice is sound – and Richard Young has been asking around for other practical tips, too...
The IT Faculty has produced a number of software product guides.
What makes Silicon Valley so special and what can the UK learn from this experience?
Windows 8 has arrived, after a long public gestation period, in which it has been possible to download and work with pre-release versions...
IT management covers the full lifecycle of systems, from the initial decision to invest in a system through its operational life until it is no longer needed and ultimately decommissioned.
XBRL, or eXtensible Business Reporting Language, is a method of communicating and processing business information electronically.
Notice is hereby given that the annual general meeting of the IT Faculty is being held on 11 May 2017.
As a newly qualified member of ICAEW you are entitled to free electronic membership of the ICAEW IT Faculty for up to two years.
The IT Faculty's staff at ICAEW report to the IT Faculty Committee. The faculty's Technical Committee and the Excel Community Advisory Committee also report to the IT Faculty Committee.