New Proposed FASB Cloud Computing Regulations

Proposed FASB Cloud Computing RegulationsIn the coming months, new standards and practices may come to fruition that will make working with a cloud vendor easier on your wallet and accountant. How will the new proposed FASB bill make accounting for cloud accounting easier? Learn more from Dallas Provider of Cloud Accounting Altruas.

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Surviving (and Thriving) in the Wake of a Cloud Horror Story

Surviving Cloud NightmareIt’s a scary fact, but some cloud applications do not meet the needs of growing businesses.  Be it a compliance issue, a security issue, or even poor planning that leaves a cloud provider declaring bankruptcy; there can be issues for which your business must be prepared before signing a Service-Level Agreement.

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Crawl, Walk, Run: A Simple Guide to Cloud Adoption

Crawl Walk Run Cloud AdoptionWe’ve said it before, we’ll say it again.  The cloud is here to stay.  Even in the wake of your internal naysayers and cloud detractors, more and more enterprises will continue to recognize the value and scalability that cloud computing has to offer.  How can you work to convince the rest of your organization? How can you contribute to the overall strategy? How can your implementation go smoothly?

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What Your Business Needs to Know about Cloud Security

What You Need To Know About Cloud SecurityWhen your business looks to store data on the cloud, use cloud applications to improve processes, or subscribe to one of the many cloud solutions available for your company; there are certain things you need to know.  Altruas, a leading provider of cloud insight and cloud services, would like to share information and questions you need to ask before storing data on the cloud.

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Cloud Accounting: Better Mobility, Security and ROI

You probably can’t imagine living without the internet anymore. Someday, you’ll wonder how you managed your financial data using desktop software.

In less than two decades, the internet has changed the way we live and work dramatically. "How did we get along before email?", you’ll hear people say. Or, "I’ll just look it up on the website."

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