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Chartech: May/June 2019

In this issue we look at what the future holds for technology; Jessica Pillow offers her takeaways from the Alternative Accountancy Strategic IT Conference; useful insights from business data; GDPR one year on; streaming television; and Excel dynamic arrays.

Cover story: A glance at what the future holds for technology
Over the past decade, many technologies have been launched that promised to fundamentally change the way business and society operate, including virtual reality, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and more. But has this come to pass?

Byte size: Tech news roundup
A roundup of the latest news surrounding technology. This edition includes concerns around Huawei’s threat to national security, the latest standard for USBs, and the latest Samsung phone’s problems unfolding.

The common tech challenges for accountants
Jessica Pillow offers her takeaways from the Alternative Accountancy Strategic IT Conference, which showed that accountants have common ground when it comes to tech issues.

Mining for useful insights from business data
Mike Whitten explains the challenges that come with attempting to gain useful insights from business data, including the limitations of using artificial intelligence.

Evaluating GDPR one year after its implementation
It has been one year since the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation. While the initial panic is over, Jane Berney explains what has happened since 25 May 2018.

Excel tips: Using dynamic arrays to transform your Excel experience
Simon Hurst explains how to take your Excel expertise to a whole new level with the gradual introduction of dynamic array functions

Will Apple TV+ bring something new to streaming television?
Apple is making the jump to streaming television alongside the likes of Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video, but will Apple TV+ be worth your money?

Chartech May/June 2019

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