Not-So-Happy Anniversary, XBRL
Four years after the SEC mandate, not many people use data provided by XBRL tagging. And those who have tried don’t give it rave reviews.
Businesses Boost Budgets for Online 10-Ks
Electronic annual reports are an increasingly popular cost-saving tool for companies that wish to disclose as much information as possible without racking up printing costs.
Many CFOs Moving to Insource XBRL
A survey of finance executives found that most intend to stop outsourcing XBRL filings and increase the size of their internal XBRL team in the next year.
The Cost of IT Convenience
CFOs looking to cut IT spend should start by telling employees it’s time to drop DropBox, send YouSendIt packing, and dump Google Docs.
It’s Their Phone but Your Risk
As mobile devices become commonplace inside the enterprise, security implementation lags behind adoption, leaving businesses vulnerable.
Gaming the System
Companies may get more from their salespeople by adding some friendly competition to the mix.
Software Companies: The Bicoastal Divide
West Coast firms typically outspend Eastern ones and are growing faster, but they need twice the funding to achieve the same revenue growth, a new report says.
It’s High Time for CPAs to Rise to the Cloud
How the cloud can make CPA firms better strategic advisers to small-business clients.
Hiring for Mobile? Join the Club
Do you want people who can build mobile apps for your business? Get in line and be prepared to wait. The mobile job market is big, but the pool of people with the right skills is not.
Prepping for the Big Data Future
Big Data isn’t coming, it’s here. But having all the data in the world — and there’s an awful lot of it — isn’t going to help you one bit unless everyone on your team is on board.
Black Friday Sales Rose Online, Sank In Stores
And Cyber Monday promises to break records in what may be “the biggest shopping day of the year for most web retailers.”