October 2017 Posts

Are you who you say you are?

Controlling access to information is the key objective of computer security measures. And, a fundamental aspect of security is determining whether users are who they say they are when they attempt to log into accounts. Blue Cross Blue Shield/Anthem, Equifax, Verizon, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Deloitte and Whole Foods Market represent data breaches happening... Read More

Employee Spotlight: Joe Vassalotti

Joe Vassalotti – Employee of the Quarter (Q2 2017) Nickname: My wife and grandmother call me Joey. Hometown: Damascus, MD Favorite food: Italian Favorite place you’ve been: Disney World – I’d live there if it wasn’t unbearably hot all year round. Coolest thing you’ve done in 2017? Disney Cruise to Alaska with my family. If... Read More

cloud computing checklist

CPA’s 2018 Pre-Tax Season Cloud Computing Checklist

With 60-to-90-hour work weeks during tax season and pressing deadlines for filing or requesting extensions, there’s no room for technology troubles. But, inevitably, they crop up—VPN access goes down, shared files don’t sync properly or there’s latency accessing your accounting software. And of course, this happens when you’re at home after already putting in more than 15 hours. What if you... Read More