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Wall Street Beat: Despite sagging hardware sales, confidence in tech remains high

Confidence in the underlying strength of the tech sector as a whole appears to be solid despite some dispiriting news on the hardware front. » zum Artikel

Wall Street Beat: Confidence in tech sector high despite mixed earnings

Despite some shadows cast by Lenovo and Cisco earnings, IT stocks have had a strong week overall, with Nasdaq tech stocks reaching their highest point since the third quarter of 2000, during the dot-com bust. » zum Artikel

CFO-CEO Pay Chasm Grows

Middle-market finance chiefs are earning an average $927,743 --- about 40% as much as the $2.3-million average for CEOs --- a about to be released by BDO USA shows. But the numbers also show the healthy 19% pace of CFO pay growth falling short of the 25% average rise scored by their bosses. » zum Artikel

Hitachi Data Systems hires Phillip Teague

Storage and virtualisation vendor and wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Hitachi Data Systems, has appointed Phillip Teague to the newly-created role of A/NZ industry and alliance solutions director. » zum Artikel

Wall Street Beat: Tech stocks hold their own as markets surge

With U.S. markets rallying and the Dow Jones Industrial Average hitting record highs, analysts and industry insiders are expressing a sense of sober confidence, if not exuberance, about the tech sector's prospects for the year. » zum Artikel

Asian banks urged to step up fraud protection

A recent conference on fraud management has put focus on the need to adopt a system-wide business analytics approach to protect bank consumers against fraud. The need is particularly pressing at a time when there are various channels that can be easily exploited, the conference organiser noted. » zum Artikel

Retail CFOs See 3% Year-End Sales Rise

For retail-industry finance chiefs, it's never too early to start thinking about holiday sales --- which traditionally account for at least $1 of every $5 spent in annual retail activity. And in , there's some reason to hope for a better year-end in 2011. » zum Artikel

'Acquire or Be Acquired': CFO M&A Expectations Strong for Mid-Market Tech

Chief financial officers of technology companies are looking for last year's active merger-and-acquisition scene to continue, with 75% expecting an increase in dealmaking, according to from . » zum Artikel

Tech CFOs Call IT Rivalry the No. 1 Worry, But Risk Management Rises Fast

Finance chiefs with U.S. technology companies worry most about the threat of consolidation and growing competition --- and how difficult that makes it to retaining talented staffers -- according to . But IT-related risk management issues are closing fast, and could soon become the CFO's number-one concern. » zum Artikel

Fraud incident reports down, says report

Reports of fraud incidents are on the down swing according to the latest quarterly findings of the Quarterly Corporate Fraud Index, which examines from 12 million employees worldwide. The index is compiled from actual incidents reported by clients of The Network, Inc., a provider of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solutions, and BDO Consulting, a division of BDO Seidman, LLP. Fraud-related ... » zum Artikel

E-Bilanz: Firmen schlecht informiert

Aufwand nicht abzuschätzen: E-Bilanz: Firmen schlecht informiert (Foto: Timo Darco - Fotolia.com)
Aufwand nicht abzuschätzen: Drei Viertel der deutschen Unternehmen haben noch nicht mit der Umstellung auf die E-Bilanz begonnen. Sie können Zeitaufwand und Kosten nicht einschätzen. » zum Artikel
  • Andreas Schaffry
    Andreas Schaffry


    Dr. Andreas Schaffry ist freiberuflicher IT-Fachjournalist und seit 2006 für die CIO.de-Redaktion tätig. Die inhaltlichen Schwerpunkte seiner Berichterstattung liegen in den Bereichen ERP, Business Intelligence, CRM und SCM mit Schwerpunkt auf SAP und in der Darstellung aktueller IT-Trends wie SaaS, Cloud Computing oder Enterprise Mobility. Er schreibt insbesondere über die vielfältigen Wechselwirkungen zwischen IT und Business und die damit verbundenen Transformationsprozesse in Unternehmen.

What Worries U.S. High-Tech Companies

While it's true that many of the financial reports that companies have to file with the can be too complicated or too dull (or both), these documents do contain nuggets of information on what's worrying the companies most. » zum Artikel

Sweeping tax changes possible in Budget update

Chancellor George Osborne may be lining up sweeping tax changes in next week's Budget update to help suffering from increasing economic hardship, experts said on Tuesday. » zum Artikel

Tech CFOs anticipate revenue increase in 2011

Increased revenue will foster mergers and acquisitions in the technology space, according to a survey by accounting and consulting firm BDO USA that polled chief financial officers at technology firms. » zum Artikel

Pressure Grows for IT Spending, Hiring, But Goods, Workers Won't Come Easy

Technology-related investments and IT hiring are high on the shopping lists for U.S. companies at year-end. But that very rush into tech likely will increase the bottlenecks and shortages for both goods and people. » zum Artikel

Microsoft releases Vista, Office 2007 to businesses

In what the company claims is its biggest launch since Windows 95, Microsoft Corp. has announced the local business availability of Windows Vista, the 2007 Microsoft Office system, and Exchange Server 2007. » zum Artikel

Decoding ROI in Marketing's QR Codes

As president and chief financial officer of , a printing firm in North Little Rock, Ark., Paul Strack has an interest in tools that will keep printed materials relevant in age of increasing digital communication. As a result, he's watched what are known as "QR codes" for several years. "We saw how this code could serve as a bridge from the print to the digital worlds," Strack says. » zum Artikel

Study: Business continuity planning still on the upswing

is a top priority in most IT organizations around the country. That's according to a new study from AT&T, in which 83 percent of respondents stated that they have a business continuity plan in place, up 14 percent in the past five years. » zum Artikel

Get This: Accounting Firms Are Backing More Regulation

It's not often that businesses actually express a desire for more regulation. However, a quartet of global accounting firms recently did just that. BDO, Grant Thornton, Mazars and RSM International issued a joint statement last week, telling the European Commission that they all "strongly support the view that there is an urgent need for an integrated programme of reforms and a necessity for regulatory ... » zum Artikel

Tech CFOs to hire sales, R&D staff as growth returns

Technology companies anticipate that growth will return to that sector in 2011 and have plans to hire the workers necessary to capitalize on that, according to a recent poll of tech CFOs. » zum Artikel

As cloud grows, IT hiring flatlines

Corporate IT departments are increasing their spending on hardware and cloud services, but not on new hiring in this weak economy. » zum Artikel

How to build a technology strategy

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Top Finance Concerns: What Keeps You Up at Night

Through the course of their careers, most CFOs will manage through a range of challenges: unpredictable working capital flows, volatile raw material prices, and unwieldy tax and regulatory systems, for starters. Several CFOs and consultants identified those likely to hit full-force as we enter the second month of 2011. » zum Artikel

Data breaches not among top concerns for tech firms

Data security and breach prevention ranks low as a risk factor for most big technical companies, according to new research that identifies the most widespread concerns among the 100 largest U.S. public technology companies. The research, released by BDO, a professional services firm, examines the risk factors listed in the fiscal year 2009 10-K SEC filings of the companies; the factors were analyzed ... » zum Artikel

The Small-Firm Path to CFO

For senior finance executives hungry for that first big-time CFO opportunity, is a finance stint at a small company a good shortcut It depends on who you ask. » zum Artikel

Survey: Tech CFOs pessimistic about '09

Thirty-seven percent of technology industry chief financials officers expect their companies to experience decreased sales revenue in 2009 compared to last year, according to a survey by BDO Seidman. » zum Artikel

The Tech Behind Revenue Recognition, and How It's Replacing Spreadsheets

As rapidly as technology has evolved, so has the accounting that goes with it. But isolating the software and hardware revenue components connected with products like iPhones is prompting big public companies and growing private startups alike to seek out advanced ways to help them cope with issues that once would have been solved in an Excel spreadsheet --- or perhaps on the back of an envelope. » zum Artikel

Local software companies win awards for innovation

Nine local software companies have received innovation awards at the 2008 Consensus Software Awards in Sydney Tuesday night. » zum Artikel

"2008 wird Katastrophenjahr für Krankenhäuser"

DKG mit düsteren Aussichten:
DKG mit düsteren Aussichten: Das Jahr 2008 wird für die Krankenhäuser ein Katastrophenjahr, was ihre wirtschaftliche Lage angeht. Die Deutsche Krankenhausgesellschaft (DKG) prophezeit ein Finanzloch von 2,2 Milliarden Euro. Die Folge sei ein weiterer Stellenabbau in den Kliniken. » zum Artikel
  • Tanja Wolff

Solving Tax-Uncertainty Issues Is Still ... a Bit Uncertain

Starting with their 2010 tax returns, public , with the acronym referring to uncertain tax positions. » zum Artikel


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Confidence in the underlying strength of the tech sector as a whole appears to be solid despite some dispiriting news on the hardware front.
Despite some shadows cast by Lenovo and Cisco earnings, IT stocks have had a strong week overall, with Nasdaq tech stocks reaching their highest point since the third quarter of 2000, during the dot-com bust.
Middle-market finance chiefs are earning an average $927,743 --- about 40% as much as the $2.3-million average for CEOs --- a about to be released by BDO USA shows. But the numbers also show the healthy 19% pace of CFO pay growth falling short of the 25% average rise scored by their bosses.