FreshBooks review: Slick, but shallow
Cloud accounting designed for freelancers and service-based small enterprises
FreeAgent review: Financial software you can count on
A hugely feature-packed small business cloud accounting suite, based in the UK
Xero review: Xero to (almost) hero
Comprehensive cloud accounting that's particularly well suited to sales-based businesses
Zoho Books review: Everything but the kitchen sink
A relatively low-cost accounting suite with a huge range of features at all tiers, but lacking integrated payroll
Sage Accounting review
Sage’s self-service accounting software is a good all-rounder, but leaves something to be desired
Intuit QuickBooks review: Quick to impress
QuickBooks provides polished, well documented and very easy to use cloud-based business accounting suite
Xerox VersaLink C600DN
A big LED printer that makes printing a pleasure, with top performance, great output and ConnectKey app support
Should you move your payroll to the cloud?
With tougher data legislation looming, and all the convenience it offers small businesses, moving payroll to the cloud could pay off
Smartphone sales around the world to remain weak this year
Annual growth only 2.8%, down from an expected 5%, says market analyst TrendForce
RBS faces FCA investigation over last summer's IT meltdown
Banking group could be hit with a hefty fine as a result of regulator's investigation.
National Grid plugs into Bottomline for faster cloud-based
Utilities company looks to cloud computing to make payment processing swifter.
IT staff lose money despite pay jumps
IT salaries are on the rise, but not yet enough to outpace inflation.
Sage teams up with Rackspace to deliver CRM to SMBs
Small business software company Sage is to deliver SaaS-based CRM through a deal with Rackspace.
Apple publishes supply chain audit report
The iPhone maker uncovers a number of violations, but details how it plans to improve conditions at facilities across its supply chain.
Sage launches cloud payroll for small business
The new Sage One Payroll product aims to help the smaller firm get their payments in order.
Mobile apps market to exceed $35 billion
Mobile phone and tablet users will download over 75 billion apps by 2014, say analysts.
Microsoft discontinues Office Accounting
Microsoft will start to close certain features of Office Accounting within six weeks.
Morrisons to integrate Co-op IT
The announcement of Morrisons’ intention to buy 38 Co-op stores has revealed integration opportunities between the two retailers’ Oracle Retail system…
NHS revamps payroll systems
The body responsible for NHS payroll, finance and accounting services is turning to third-party providers to improve payroll data delivery.
The future of storage
The pressure on storage resources within the enterprise has never been greater, with the IT department having to handle unprecedented growth in both s…
Gartner warns against confusion over clouds
The analyst says the term “cloud computing” is causing market confusion.
Carphone Warehouse tunes staffing levels
The telecoms provider has taken on new workforce management software to optimise the scheduling of staff in its stores across seven European countries…
Morrisons commits to Oracle in £110 million IT move
The UK's fourth largest supermarket has announced a major strategic commitment to Oracle's Retail and back office software suites.