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Chartech: March/April 2020

In this issue: What makes digital-first banking products so popular; climate change then and now; Excel tips; staying safe online; stronger partnership with NCSC; machine learning and artificial intelligence; and 100 years of women in accountancy.

Cover story: Sister act - life in accountancy for women 100 years on
Women have been working in accountancy for 100 years. We asked current members about life in the profession now and in the future

Byte Size: tech news roundup
Electronic doorbells passing on personal information to third-party organisations; the government’s dedicated office to artificial intelligence; the EU standardising charing cables; and more…

The rising appeal of the challenger banks
Digital-first banking products are on the rise, but what is it about them that’s proving popular?

Embedding security culture within your firms
Kirstin Gillon introduces some of the major areas of cyber-related activities in the Tech Faculty in 2020, including building a stronger partnership with the National Cyber Security Centre

Greener tech: a decade of change for businesses with technology
ICAEW has long been making the case for sustainability to be high on the business agenda, but what’s changed in the last decade? Nina Bryant explores the benefits of using tech to go green and why it’s more relevant than ever

The strengths of expanding real-world artificial intelligence
Oliver Cummings of Capitalise is upbeat about the expanding real-world use of artificial intelligence for the accountancy profession

Excel Tips: the template for Excel success
Mastering the art of creating spreadsheets will save you time and effort, explains Simon Hurst

How to battle a catfish in the world of dating apps
Staying safe when using dating apps may be getting easier thanks to new technology, but our columnist remains sceptical

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