U.S. businesses amassed nearly $7 billion in IRS civil penalties in 2013 stemming from tax and accounting mistakes.
Companies that want to adopt cloud computing have a host of choices to make and concerns to address.
Only 31% of organizations discovered IT security compromises through their own resources last year, according to Mandiant.
Despite YRC's $1.1 billion debt, small IT investments bring more pop than paying it down.
IRS charged that amount for errors including end-user mistakes, tax and accounting rule errors, and organizational boo-boos.
Seventy-five percent of chief information officers said increased spending on security was their top priority for 2015.
Here's why a hybrid IT and finance person may be your next hire.
A Computer Economics' survey predicts budgets for IT operations will grow a median of 3% in 2015, but capital budgets will be stagnant.
A combination finance chief and COO, Sailthru's David Blanke juggles capital allocation, IT, hiring and marketing needs at 'break-neck' speed.