Through all the hype surrounding cloud computing, it is clear that opinion is
firmly divided on whether it will be an advantage or a risk when it comes to
practice efficiency in the accountancy profession. Gain the information you need
to thoroughly evaluate and conduct a SWOT analysis of a cloud computing upgrade.
According to new research, more than half of small and medium sized companies
plan to use cloud computing in 2010. In response to this trend, practice
accountants are increasingly looking to cloud computing as a means of managing
financial data, improving remote access to client data and reducing overhead
costs. However, there are still many real concerns relating to loss of data
control that has been holding many organisations back.
This interactive webinar will provide a practical perspective on how
accountancy practices can develop a secure cloud platform that will improve
client service and internal practice efficiency. Expect to learn how to develop
a data platform that will deliver on all of cloud’s promises?
Key benefits of attending:
• Hear practical case studies from experts who have gained maximum ROI from
• Learn about how to protect your data on a web based platform
• Discover how to effectively migrate your software function onto a cloud
• Evaluate the potential costs and benefits for your business
• Understand how to manage internal relationships and skepticism regarding
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