Why Tax and Accounting Professionals Should Take a Walk in the Cloud

March 2, 2015
Dana Greenstein

According to a 2014 survey by Network Management Group Inc. and Insight Research Group, 41 percent of professional accounting firms reported that they were not currently using any services or applications that could be defined as cloud computing, with 31.7 percent saying they are likely to implement a Web-hosted or cloud-based version of one or more of their firm’s tax and accounting applications over the next two years. But is that enough?

Read more as Christina E. Wiseman discusses the professional merits of cloud accounting in the Accounting Today.

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