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Computer on a Stick
A new breed of flash drive allows you to safely access your corporate network and all its applications. Could your company say good-bye to laptops? December 29, 2006
Best of 2006: Technology
From XBRL and IT controls to security and the gadgets we hate to love, here are CFO.com's most popular technology articles of 2006. December 21, 2006
Designs of Intelligence
As companies extend business-intelligence software to the masses, they should think before they deploy. November 1, 2006
Will the AICPA Take Over XBRL Standards?
Companies could be filing XBRL-ready financial statements as soon as 2008. But some observers worry that the definitions corporations will have to follow will be written almost entirely by accountants. October 30, 2006
Solving the Audit Gap
When it comes to keeping IT-related control deficiencies to a minimum, it's more important to improve communication than it is to improve your technology. October 2, 2006
IBM unveils a new pricing plan for its software to mixed reviews. October 1, 2006
How To Keep Your Audience Awake
"I know you're out there, I can hear you clicking." A new device helps keep your audience engaged. August 28, 2006
Spreadsheet by Google?
First there was Visicalc, then Lotus 1-2-3, then Excel, now . . . Google? August 21, 2006
Windows on Layaway?
Microsoft and CIT join forces to finance an intangible asset. August 21, 2006
Another XBRL Nudge from the SEC
The SEC issues a formal request to add an XBRL analysis tool to its online Edgar system. The move increases pressure on companies to voluntarily adopt the technology. August 14, 2006