Software revenue recognition has not gotten easier. Understand, apply and update your knowledge of the changing practices of revenue recognition.
Integrating cloud governance into compliance programmes - preventing the use of unauthorised IT activity.
Tax issues for UK technology sector
Report looking at how big data can help businesses make better use of the data they have and make better business decisions.
Growing personal technology sophistication has meant greater demands on an organisation’s IT systems to provide employees the same level of IT and technology access in the workplace as they enjoy at home. In our view, the challenge for CIOs is to ensure they embrace this change and have the relevant systems and processes to continue to meet the standards of care and use for both the organisation and their employees.
Point of view highlighting the need for IT application portfolios to be more aligned to the business, leaner, and more cost effective.
The PwC Global 100 Software Leaders report contains four top 100 software vendors lists: Global, EMEA, North America and Emerging Markets.
This issue explores how organizations can now build post-transaction relationships with their customers and what that means for businesses and their IT functions.
This publication specifically focuses on governance which addresses the key issues and risks our clients face. It provides details of the End User Computing (EUC) toolkit which includes tools and an associated methodology to provide a staged process for establishing controls over EUC's.
The shift in software pricing models from license to software as a service is amongst the most dramatic shifts in the industry. Setting the right pricing strategy for this new services based model is a critical issue for software companies.
Cloud computing is rapidly moving from hype to a must-have IT service model. It is transforming the way IT services are provided, consumed and managed.
PwC’s research into the UK technology and digital media industries to explore the different attitudes to risk UK and US investors have in this sector.
PwC’s research into the UK technology and digital media industries looking at the impact government incentives have on supporting and encouraging UK tech and digital media businesses.
PwC’s research into the UK technology and digital media industries looking at the impact location has on success, access to clients and funding opportunities.
PwC’s research into the UK technology and digital media industries to explore the different attitudes to failure in the UK & US and also looks at the relative talent pools.
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