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Lease Accounting Changes By The Numbers

Lease Accounting Changes By The Numbers

The wait and uncertainty is over. The new lease accounting rules have been confirmed, and will be implemented in January 2019.

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The Power of P-Cards

The Power of P-Cards

2/23/2017

The use of a traditional paper check process for everyday expenditures is rapidly declining thanks to technologically-efficient purchasing cards.

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Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future

Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future

2/23/2017

“Artificial intelligence is already well on its way to making “good jobs” obsolete: many paralegals, journalists, office workers, and even computer programmers are poised to be replaced by robots and smart...

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Things to Know about the Internet of Things

Things to Know about the Internet of Things

12/1/2016

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Painless Technology Transitions

Painless Technology Transitions

8/10/2016

Planning for new technology in 2016? Many organizations are. The great thing about new office equipment is enjoying the speed, flexibility, and capabilities of the new technology.

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Cyber Security >> Can IT Upgrades Diminish the Risk?

Cyber Security >> Can IT Upgrades Diminish the Risk?

3/26/2016

Malicious security breaches affect individuals and organizations of all sizes, leading to hefty financial losses, unproductive downtime, and frustrated employees and clients. When it comes to cyber security...

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Data Security [What You Need to Know Today]

Data Security [What You Need to Know Today]

6/1/2015

“Companies must maintain reasonable procedures to protect sensitive information,” according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

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The Future of Desktop PCs

The Future of Desktop PCs

4/2/2014

Every technology has a useful life cycle: starting with cutting edge, then onto maturity, and finally — decline. PCs are no exception, and it is clear that they have moved into decline. 

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