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Accounting for Social Media
What are generally accepted accounting standards for Tweets? February 13, 2012
What CIOs Want From CFOs
You can listen to your CIO, or you can ignore her. After all, how important – really – is IT to your business? January 23, 2012
Imagine There's No Excel
With the rise of analytics and Big Data, replacements for Excel are proliferating and CFOs of companies large and small are beginning to pay attention. January 18, 2012
Three Gifts of the IT Magi
The cloud doesn't just transform IT, it transforms business. But only if you're willing to accept these three gifts for the coming year. December 20, 2011
Why IT Couldn't Save American Airlines
In the wake of yet another bankruptcy, a former American Airlines technology executive explains why IT can't solve the cruel calculus of the airline industry. December 7, 2011
Cost Surprises Hidden by Clouds
When it comes to IT costs, nothing is ever simple, and the public cloud model is no exception. That's why CFOs need to get smart and get involved. December 5, 2011
Is the Cloud on a Collision Course With Your Balance Sheet?
New lease-accounting rules could turn the cloud's silver lining to lead. November 30, 2011
The Data Management Imperative
As organizations collect ever greater volumes of data, who's going to be responsible for its accuracy and accessibility? Well, who consumes the most data? In most cases, the answer will (and should be) the CFO. November 22, 2011
What Can You Do When IT Threatens to Run Amok?
A huge IT project is rolling down the rails, hell-bent for disaster. What can you do to apply the brakes or switch to a safer track? An open leadership question for CFOs. November 21, 2011
Is a Perpetual Software License Such a Bad Thing?
Perpetual is a word that makes CFOs uncomfortable. In a changing world, who wants something that lasts forever? But there are business advantages to owning your software rather than renting it. November 18, 2011