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Main Connect News Computing Trends in Accounting Change the IT Playing Field

Computing Trends in Accounting Change the IT Playing Field

Monday, April 2, 2012

Data storage is a major issue for the accounting field, especially now that information can be stored in the cloud with various software-as-a-service (SaaS) products instead of a company-wide hardware service. And, this trend continues to be a hot topic for many accounting firms.

One positive factor of cloud computing is its accessibility. Accounting administrators can view and use financial data anywhere that they find a strong internet connection with cloud computing, a change from the capabilities of on-site accounting technology. With the newer system in place, employees can work in the office, at home or while travelling. By cutting out travel costs and making better use of home office time, industry workers may view this technology as a beneficial tool for workplace productivity.

Another factor of the service is it could minimize the work for IT staff members of accounting firms. The SaaS can perform self updates, guaranteeing a constantly up-to-date software product for those who use it. Now, IT workers can focus more time on specific tech issues that their coworkers are having.

Technology may continue to advance, but those looking to enter the accounting field will get a fundamental education in the Accounting and Payroll Administrator program at Vancouver Career College. For more information, fill out the form on the right.

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