Finance departments will invest heavily in cloud computing and mobile technologies in the coming year.
Mobile apps are at work on the front and back ends, doing everything from handling invoices to freeing executives from the confines of the office.
To curb tax bills, CFOs should think about their companies’ foreign workers and subsidiaries before the end of 2013.
Increasingly, data modeling is enabling companies to gauge risks like terrorism and price volatility.
Now more than ever, CFOs and CIOs need to get along and understand each other to maximize companies' performance — present and future.
Companies are slowly converting check payments into wire-transfer, ACH-debit and purchasing-card transactions.
With attacks targeting financial data and other critical assets, CFOs must set the tone when it comes to identifying and thwarting cyber-threats.
XBRL filings are a rich source of data that all departments can use to make operations more efficient and to conduct competitive analysis.
Adding a chief information security officer to the executive-level management ranks can help protect a company from debilitating cyber threats.
Among the different kinds of cheating, the steepest rise this year was in vendor, supplier and procurement fraud, which jumped 7 percent, a study finds.
Many companies are aware of cyber threats, but preventing attacks takes more than having the right firewalls and software.