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How to effectively implement innovation
Business Insider not too long ago published a list of some of the worst product launches in history. While it's funny to recall that Coke once thought it was a good idea to abandon its classic formula, many of these stories are learning...
From Belarus to Bahrain, the small states going big on cryptocurrency
When Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko met entrepreneur Viktor Prokopenya in March 2017, their discussion was scheduled to last for an hour but went on for three times that long.
Baltimore, Bridgeport, Connecticut, among cost-effective tech areas
Tech continues to be a lucrative profession in the United States for those who have cemented a place in the workforce with their skills. A key finding in the survey is that cities not associated with tech are becoming places worth looking at for...
State Launches Quality Assessment, Cost Estimator Tool
A new web tool released by the Office of Health Strategy Wednesday is expected to help consumers assess the quality of hospitals and provider networks. The Healthscore CT website, which went live Wednesday, currently helps consumers see how...
Tips for complying with GDPR, avoiding big fines
In its first year, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) yielded nearly 90,000 data breach notifications and two notable fines for companies that regulators said lacked compliance with the data privacy rules. Google was fined €50...
How to reduce data input and typos in Excel
Most of us find entering large amounts of data tedious. As our minds wander, errors creep in. It happens to all of us—even the quickest and most proficient of operators. Whether you're entering data yourself or supporting those who do, there are...
When It Comes to Data Privacy, States Are Battling Big Tech
Discomfort over the collection and sale of personal data led to a flurry of consumer data privacy bills in 2019, as state legislatures vied to follow California’s lead in giving users more control of personal information. But the legislative...
Six free email apps to help you reach Inbox Zero—and stay there
Handling every last message in your email and reaching the vaunted state known as Inbox Zero is not for the faint of heart. In fact, it can sometimes seem like a full-time job. This collection of apps and services can help you get things under...
Why the CPA licensure process could change
This episode addresses how and why CPA licensure requirements might evolve as a result of the technological revolution that’s transforming the accounting profession. The episode’s guest is Carl Mayes, the associate director for CPA Quality and...
5 principles for evolving CPA licensure
What does the CPA of the future look like? Does that person need the same skills and competencies CPA licensure requires today—or should changes be made to expand the pipeline of talent the profession needs for the future?