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Abdolmohammadi, M. J. and S. R. Boss. 2010. Factors associated with IT audits by the internal audit function. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 11(3): 140-151.

Abiteboul, S., R. Hull and V. Vianu. 1995. Foundations of Databases. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc.

Accola, W. L. 1994. Assessing risk and uncertainty in new technology investments. Accounting Horizons (September): 19-35.

Adner, R. and R. Kapoor. 2016. Right tech, wrong time: How to make sure your ecosystem is ready for the newest technologies. Harvard Business Review (November): 60-67.

Agrawal, A., J. S. Gans and A. Goldfarb. 2017. What to expect from artificial intelligence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 23-26.

Aiken, T. E. 1957. Processing our payroll on the Univac. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (May): 1167-1178.

Aiman-Smith, L. and S. G. Green. 2002. Implementing new manufacturing technology: The related effects of technology characteristics and user learning activities. The Academy of Management Journal 45(2): 421-430. (JSTOR link).

Alali, F. A. and C. Yeh. 2012. Cloud computing: Overview and risk analysis. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 13-33.

Alavi, M., Y. Yoo, D. R. Vogel. 1997. Using information technology to add value to management education. The Academy of Management Journal 40(6): 1310-1333. (JSTOR link).

Albrecht, C. C. and C. O. Albrecht. 2009. Data-driven fraud detection using detectlets. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 1(1): 1-24.

Aldhizer, G. R. III and J. R. Bowles, Jr. 2011. Mitigating the growing threat to sensitive data: 21st century mobile devices. The CPA Journal (May): 58-63.

Aldrich, H. E. 1972. Technology and organizational structure: A reexamination of the findings of the Aston group. Administrative Science Quarterly 17(1): 26-43. (JSTOR link).

Alexander, J. W. and W. A. Randolph. 1985. The fit between technology and structure as a predictor of performance in nursing subunits. The Academy of Management Journal 28(4): 844-859. (JSTOR link).

Ali, S., P. Green and A. Robb. 2013. Measuring top management's IT governance knowledge absorptive capacity. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 137-155.

Ali, S., P. Green and A. Robb. 2015. Information technology investment governance: What is it and does it matter? International Journal of Accounting Information Systems (18): 1-25.

Allen, T. J., M. L. Tushman and D. M. S. Lee. 1979. Technology transfer as a function of position in the spectrum from research through development to technical services. The Academy of Management Journal 22(4): 694-708. (JSTOR link).

Amitage, H. 1985. Linking Management Information Systems with Computer Technology. Hamilton, Ontario: Society of Management Accountants of Canada (September).

Andal-Ancion, A., P. A. Cartwright and G. S. Yip. 2003. The digital transformation of traditional businesses. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 34-41.

Anders, S. B. 2016. The National Institute of Standards and Technology. The CPA Journal (May): 72-73.

Anders, S. B. 2017. Practical data security resources. The CPA Journal (November): 72-73.

Anderson, M. C., R. D. Banker and S. Ravindran. 2006. Value implications of investments in information technology. Management Science (September): 1359-1376. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, P. and M. L. Tushman. 1990. Technological discontinuities and dominant designs: A cyclical model of technological change. Administrative Science Quarterly 35(4): 604-633. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, S. 2002. T&E goes wireless. Strategic Finance (October): 24-27. (Expense reporting with PDAs).

Anderson, S. W. and W. N. Lanen. 2002. Using electronic data interchange (EDI) to improve the efficiency of accounting transactions. The Accounting Review (October): 703-729. (JSTOR link).

Andone, I. and N. Tabara. 2006. Accounting, technology and Competitivity.

Andriole, S. J. 2017. Five myths about digital transformation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 20-22.

Ansaldi, H. 2013. Addressing the challenges of the 'bring your own device' opportunity. The CPA Journal (November): 63-65.

Ansari, S., P. Mulligan and A. J. Nanni, Jr. 2008. Pelarsen Windows: Humans v. robots. IMA Educational Case Journal 1(3): 1-16.

Apon, A., S. Ahalt, V. Dantuluri, C. Gurdgiev, M. Limayem, L. Ngo and M. Stealey. 2010. High performance computing instrumentation and research productivity in U.S. universities. Journal of Information Technology Impact 10(2): 87-98.

Appelbaum, D. and R. Nehmer. 2017. The coming disruption of drones, robots, and bots: How will it affect CPAs and accounting practice? The CPA Journal (June): 40-44.

Appelbaum, D., A. Kogan and M. A. Vasarhelyi. 2017. An introduction to data analysis for auditors and accountants. The CPA Journal (February): 32-37. (Summary).

Appelbaum, D., A. Kogan, M. Vasarhelyi and Z. Yan. 2017. Impact of business analytics and enterprise systems on managerial accounting. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems (25): 29-44. (Summary).

Arbore, A., R. Graziani and S. Venturini. 2014. Understanding personal mobile technologies: Decomposing and de-averaging the value of a smartphone. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 167-185.

Arnold, V., T. S. Benford, J. Canada, J. R. Kuhn Jr. and S. G. Sutton. 2007. The unintended consequences of Sarbanes-Oxley on technology innovation and supply chain integration. Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting (4): 103-121.

Arora, A. and M. Ceccagnoli. 2006. Patent protection, complementary assets, and firms' incentives for technology licensing. Management Science (February): 293-308. (JSTOR link).

Arunachalam, V. 2004. Electronic data interchange: An evaluation of alternative organizational forms. Accounting, Organizations and Society 29(3-4): 227-241.

Ashman, H. T. 1955. Distribution of overhead with electronic computers. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (February): 798-804.

Asthana, S. 2003. Impact of information technology on post-earnings announcement drift. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 1-17.

Atuahene-Gima, K. and H. Li. 2004. Strategic decision comprehensiveness and new product development outcomes in new technology ventures. The Academy of Management Journal 47(4): 583-597. (JSTOR link).

Austin, R. D. 2016. Unleashing creativity with digital technology. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 157-160.

Austin, R. D. and C. A. R. Darby. 2003. The myth of secure computing. Harvard Business Review (June): 120-126.

Awad, R. 2011. Considerations on cloud computing for CPAs. The CPA Journal (September): 11-12.

Baker, J., G. Stoehr and M. Wright. 2014. Managing a profit-focused enterpriseTM in high definition. Cost Management (September/October): 39-47.

Baker, W. M. 2006. What's your main technology concern? Strategic Finance (December): 48-55. (Survey).

Baker, W. M. and F. D. Roberts. 2010. Business tools: The next quantum leap. Strategic Finance (January): 28-35. (Person-less transactions on the Semantic web).

Baldwin, C. Y. and K. B. Clark. 2006. The architecture of participation: Does code architecture mitigate free riding in the open source development model? Management Science (July): 1116-1127. (JSTOR link).

Banham, R. 2011. The price is (more) right: Improved technology - and leadership from finance - may help companies optimize their margins. CFO (June): 60-63.

Banham, R. 2013. May the field be with you: Cloud-based applications are pushing out planning and forecasting to workers in the farthest reaches of the company. CFO (September): 38-44.

Banker, R. D., H. Chang and Y. Kao. 2002. Impact of information technology on public accounting firm productivity. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 209-222.

Banker, R. D., H. Chang and Y. Kao. 2002. Reply to Discussion of Impact of information technology on public accounting firm productivity. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 227-229.

Barker, R. D. 1964. Toward automated production planning. N.A.A. Bulletin (October): 47-52.

Barley, S. R. 1986. Technology as an occasion for structuring: Evidence from observations of CT scanners and the social order of radiology departments. Administrative Science Quarterly 31(1): 78-108. (JSTOR link).

Barley, S. R. 1990. The alignment of technology and structure through roles and networks. Administrative Science Quarterly 35(1): 61-103. (JSTOR link).

Barlin, R. 2017. Regulation on the rise as Bitcoin gains popularity. The CPA Journal (June): 10-11.

Barnett, W. P. 1990. The organizational ecology of a technological system. Administrative Science Quarterly 35(1): 31-60. (JSTOR link).

Barr, J. L. and K. E. Knight. 1968. Technological change and learning in the computer industry. Management Science (July): 661-681. (JSTOR link).

Barra, J. A. 1963. How one company organized for electronic data processing. N.A.A. Bulletin (June): 39-45.

Barthelemy, J. 2001. The hidden costs of IT outsourcing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 60-69.

Barton, D. and D. Court. 2012. Making advanced analytics work for you: A Practical guide to capitalizing on big data. Harvard Business Review (October): 78-83. (Choose the right data, Build models that predict and optimize business outcomes, and Transform your company's capabilities).

Bauer, T. D., B. Dehning and T. C. Stratopoulos. 2012. The financial performance of global information and communication technology companies. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 119-152.

Baum, B. and E. Burack. 1969. Information technology, manpower development and organizational performance. The Academy of Management Journal 12(3): 279-291. (JSTOR link).

Beaman, I. and B. Richardson. 2007. Information technology, decision support and management accounting roles. Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research (Winter): 59-68.

Belko, M. E., T. S. Reed and K. A. Heppard. 2006. Building and maintaining technical relationships: An evaluation of the In-Q-Tel Model. The Journal of Cost Analysis & Management 8(1): 85-95.

Bell, G. D. 1965. The influence of technological components of work upon management control. The Academy of Management Journal 8(2): 127-132. (JSTOR link).

Bell, K. 2010. Will the internet destroy us? Harvard Business Review (December): 138-139.

Bell, P. C. 2015. Sustaining an analytics advantage. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 21-24.

Benbya, H. and M. Van Alstyne. 2011. How to find answers within your company. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 65-75.

Bengtson, W. P. 2003. Waste in IT. Journal of Cost Management (March/April): 28-33.

Benner, M. J. and M. Tushman. 2002. Process management and technological innovation: A longitudinal study of the photography and paint industries. Administrative Science Quarterly 47(4): 676-706. (JSTOR link).

Bennett, R. E. and J. A. Hendricks. 1987. Justifying the acquisition of automated equipment. Management Accounting (July): 39-46. (Discussion of justifying CAD, CAM and FMS systems).

Bennett, R. E., J. A. Hendricks, D. E. Keys and E. J. Rudnicki. 1987. Cost Accounting For Factory Automation. National Association of Accountants.

Bennett, S. 1982. Computer Control of Industrial Processes (I E E Control Engineering Series). Institution of Electrical Engineers.

Beniger, J. R. 1989. The Control Revolution: Technological and Economic Origins of the Information Society. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Bensaou, M. and M. Earl. 1998. The right mind-set for managing information technology. Harvard Business Review (September-October): 119-128. (Compares the western approach with how Japanese companies manage information technology). (Summary).

Berg, G. G., M. S. Freeman and K. N. Schneider. 2008. Analyzing the TJ Maxx data security fiasco. The CPA Journal (August): 34-37.

Berinato, S. 2014. With big data comes big responsibility. Harvard Business Review (November): 100-104.

Bernstein, A. and A. Raman. 2015. The great decoupling: Output is on the rise, but workers aren't sharing in the bounty. An interview with the authors of The Second Machine Age. Harvard Business Review (June): 66-74. (Brynjolfsson, E. and A. McAfee. 2014. The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies).

Berry, M. J. A. and G. S. Linoff. 2004. Data Mining Techniques: For Marketing, Sales, and Customer Relationship Management. Wiley Computer Publishing.

Bhattacharya, S. 1999. IT failure: Mitigating the damage. Journal of Cost Management (December): 27-32.

Bhattacherjee, A., M. Limayem and C. Cheung. 2012. User switching of information technology: A theoretical synthesis and empirical test. Information and Management 49(7-8): 327-333.

Bierstaker, J., D. Janvrin and D. J. Lowe. 2014. What factors influence auditors' use of computer-assisted audit techniques? Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting 30(1): 67-74.

Billings, R. S., R. J. Klimoski and J. A. Breaugh. 1977. The impact of a change in technology on job characteristics: A quasi-experiment. Administrative Science Quarterly 22(2): 318-339. (JSTOR link).

Billingsley, J. 1985. Robots and Automated Manufacture (I E E Control Engineering Series). Institution of Electrical Engineers.

Birnbaum, P. H. 1984. The choice of strategic alternatives under increasing regulation in high technology companies. The Academy of Management Journal 27(3): 489-510. (JSTOR link).

Bjorn-Andersen, N. and P. H. Pedersen. 1980. Computer facilitated changes in the management power structure. Accounting, Organizations and Society 5(2): 203-216.

Black, L. J., P. R. Carlile and N. P. Repenning. 2004. A dynamic theory of expertise and occupational boundaries in new technology implementation: Building on Barley's study of CT scanning. Administrative Science Quarterly 49(4): 572-607. (JSTOR link).

Black, T. G. 1989. Silicon Valley Institute of Biomedical Technology. Journal of Accounting Education 7(2): 293-300.

Blackburn, J. D., The new manufacturing environment. 1988. Journal of Cost Management (Summer): 4-10.

Blake, A. F. Jr. 1967. Unsophisticated automation can break the paperwork bottleneck. Management Accounting (May): 31-34.

Blakely, E. J. and H. E. Thompson. 1969. Technological change and its effects on dollar-value LIFO. Management Accounting (August): 33-38.

Blank, L. L. 1987. Total return requirement for technology investments. Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 46-48.

Blaskovich, J. and N. Mintchik. 2011. Information technology outsourcing: A taxonomy of prior studies and directions for future research. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 1-36.

Blau, P. M., C. M. Falbe, W. McKinley and P. K. Tracy. 1976. Technology and organization in manufacturing. Administrative Science Quarterly 21(1):. (JSTOR link).

Bliss, M. D. and A. Markelevich. 2011. Why new technologies are reinventing inventory management. Strategic Finance (November): 48-53.

Bologna, G. J. and A. M. Walsh. 1997. The Accountant's Handbook of Information Technology. John Wiley & Sons.

Bonnin Roca, J., P. Vaishnav, J. Mendonca and M. M. Granger. 2017. Getting past the hype about 3-D printing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 57-62.

Boockholdt, J. L. and S. E. Mills. 1997. MEDUSA - An earth-shaking client/server solution. Management Accounting (July): 38, 40-43. (MEDUSA = Management's electronic database used to support administration).

Borthick A. F. and H. P. Roth. 1994. Understanding client/server computing. Management Accounting (August): 36-41.

Boutell, W. S. 1964. Business-oriented computers: A frame of reference. The Accounting Review (April): 305-311. (JSTOR link).

Bowen, J. 2004. Building High-Tech Product Companies: The Maelstrom Effect. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Bower, R. S., C. E. Nugent and D. E. Stone. 1968. Time-shared computers in business education at Dartmouth. The Accounting Review (July): 565-582. (JSTOR link).

Bowers, M. R., A. G. Petrie and M. C. Holcomb. 2017. Unleashing the potential of supply chain analytics. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 14-16.

Boyabath, O. and L. B. Toktay. 2011. Stochastic capacity investment and flexible vs. dedicated technology choice in imperfect capital markets. Management Science (December): 2163-2179.

Bradford, M., J. B. Earp and S. Grabski. 2014. Centralized end-to-end identity and access management and ERP systems: A multi-case analysis using the Technology Organization Environment framework. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 15(2): 149-165.

Brady, C., M. Forde and S. Chadwick. 2017. Why your company needs data translators. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 14-16.

Bramer, M. 2007. Principles of Data Mining (Undergraduate Topics in Computer Science. Springer.

Brandon, D. , J. Briggs and J. M. Mueller. 2003. The mobile professional: Palm or pocket PC? Strategic Finance (October): 48-53.

Brands, K. and M. Holtzblatt. 2015. Business analytics: Transforming the role of management accountants. Management Accounting Quarterly (Spring): 1-12.

Brands, K. and P. Smith. 2016. Technology workbook: Ready or not, here comes accounting automation. Strategic Finance (March): 70-71.

Brimson, J. A. 1988. High-tech Cost accounting. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 53-55.

Brimson, J. A. 1986. How advanced manufacturing technologies are reshaping cost management. Management Accounting (March): 25-29.

Brimson, J. A. 1989. Technology accounting. Management Accounting (March): 47-53. (Discussion of how to choose the right depreciation method).

Brimson, J. A. 1987. Technology, sunk costs, and the make-or-buy decision. Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 52-55.

Brown, J. S. and P. Duguid. 2002. The Social Life of Information. Harvard Business School Press.

Brown-Liburd, H., H. Issa and D. Lombardi. 2015. Behavioral implications of big data's impact on audit judgment and decision making and future research directions. Accounting Horizons (June): 451-468.

Bruce, R. T. 1955. Electronic equipment - A means, not a mystery. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (October): 255-262.

Bruggeman, W. and R. Slagmulder. 1995. The impact of technological change on management accounting. Management Accounting Research (September: 241-252.

Brundage, M. U. and J. L. Livingstone. 1969. Simulation on a time-sharing computer utility system. The Accounting Review (July): 539-545. (JSTOR link).

Bryant, L., S. L. Henning and W. H. Shaw. 2010. Alternative earnings measures, key performance indicators and firm value in the IT professional services sector. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 2(1): 1-33.

Brynjolfsson, E. and A. McAfee. 2012. Winning the race with ever-smarter machines. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 53-60.

Buge, E. W. 1957. The broad, fast picture which electronics can provide. N.A.A. Bulletin (September): 61-62.

Bughin, J. and N. Van Zeebroeck. 2017. The best response to digital disruption: Companies that adopt bold strategies in the face of industry digitization improve their odds of coming out winners. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 80-86.

Burack, E. and P. F. Sorensen, Jr. 1976. Management preparation for computer automation: Emergent patterns and problems. The Academy of Management Journal 19(2): 318-323. (JSTOR link).

Burack, E. H. 1966. Technology and some aspects of industrial supervision: A model building approach. The Academy of Management Journal 9(1): 43-66. (JSTOR link).

Burack, E. H. and F. H. Cassell. 1967. Technological change and manpower developments in advanced production systems. The Academy of Management Journal 10(3): 293-308. (JSTOR link).

Burgunder, L. B. 2004. Legal Aspects of Managing Technology (Legal Aspects of Managing Technology),3e. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Burkhardt, M. E. 1994. Social interaction effects following a technological change: A longitudinal investigation. The Academy of Management Journal 37(4): 869-898. (JSTOR link).

Burkhardt, M. E. and D. J. Brass. 1990. Changing patterns or patterns of change: The effects of a change in technology on social network structure and power. Administrative Science Quarterly 35(1): 104-127. (JSTOR link).

Button, K. 2013. Clouds in the forecast: Finance departments will invest heavily in cloud computing in the coming year. CFO (December): 34-39.

Button, K. 2013. Insight on demand growing your accounting systems with your company. CFO (December): 45-49.

Button, K. 2013. Poised for takeoff: Propelled by new technologies and savings on overhead and maintenance, IT spending is on the rise. CFO (September): 50-51.

Bylinsky, G. 1983. The race to the automatic factory. Fortune (February 21): 52-64.

Byrum, J. and A. Bingham. 2016. Improving analytics capabilities through crowdsourcing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 43-48.

Cairncross, F. 2001. The Death of Distance: How the Communications Revolution is Changing Our Lives. Harvard Business School Press.

Calderon, T. G., J. J. Cheh and I. Kim. 2003. How large corporations use data mining to create value. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 1-11.

Caldwell, B. L. 2002. Blending policy and procedure with technology. Strategic Finance (February): 46-50.

Caldwell, L. G. 2002. The Fast Track to Profit: An Insider's Guide to Exploiting the World's Best Internet Technologies. Prentice Hall.

Cao, M., R. Chychyla and T. Stewart. 2015. Big data analytics in financial statement audits. Accounting Horizons (June): 423-429.

Capetinni, R. and D. K. Clancy, eds. 1987. Cost Accounting, Robotics, and The New Manufacturing Environment, Edited Presentations of the First Annual Management Accounting Symposium. American Accounting Association.

Carlin, A. and D. Manson. 2016. Technology workbook: Polytechnic education for the cybersecurity workforce. Strategic Finance (July): 62-63.

Carlin, F. C. 1958. The use of a large scale computer for manufacturing control. Management Science (January): 177-182. (JSTOR link).

Carlson, A. E. 1957. Automation in accounting systems. The Accounting Review (April): 224-228. (JSTOR link).

Carlson, A. E. 1964. Automation and the future of accounting. N.A.A. Bulletin (August): 46-48.

Carnahan, G. C. 1964. Using the computer. N.A.A. Bulletin (August): 25-34.

Carr, N. 2010. The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains. W. W. Norton & Company.

Carr, N. G., Editor. 2001. Digital Enterprise: How to Reshape Your Business For a Connected World. Harvard Business School Press.

Carr, N. G. 2003. IT doesn't matter. Harvard Business Review (May): 41-49.

Carr, N. G. 2005. The end of corporate computing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 67-73. (Outsourcing IT).

Carter, N. M. 1984. Computerization as a predominate technology: Its influence on the structure of newspaper organizations. The Academy of Management Journal 27(2): 247-270. (JSTOR link).

Case, J. C. 1979. Electronic banking comes to First-Citizens. Management Accounting (April): 39-42.

Castells, M. 2000. The Rise of the Network Society. Blackwell Publishers.

Castells, M. 2003. The Power of Identity (The Information Age). Blackwell Publishers.

Castelluccio, M. 1999. E-mail in real time. Strategic Finance (September): 34-37. (Instant messaging).

Castelluccio, M. 1999. Yes, you can take it with you. Strategic Finance (December): 58-63. (New mobile hardware).

Castelluccio, M. 2001. Computing's Leonardo. Strategic Finance (July): 67-69. (Discussion of Ray Kurzweil inventions, e.g., a program called FatKat that helps search for good stock investments).

Castelluccio, M. 2001. Intellectual property online: A landmark case. Strategic Finance (February): 52-57. (Suit against Napster related to coping MP3 music files).

Castelluccio, M. 2001. Leonardo and Luddites. Strategic Finance (August): 67-69. (Discussion of Ray Kurzweil's predictions. See

Castelluccio, M. 2015. A new Bluetooth in 2016. Strategic Finance (December): 55-56.

Castelluccio, M. 2015. Robot analysts and robot reporters. Strategic Finance (September): 55-57.

Castelluccio, M. 2015. Siri's competition. Strategic Finance (October): 55-57.

Castelluccio, M. 2015. The new Microsoft universe. Strategic Finance (November): 55-57.

Castelluccio, M. 2016. Technology workbook: Add just one more. Strategic Finance (November): 55-57.

Castelluccio, M. 2016. Technology workbook: After the Turing test. Strategic Finance (September): 55-57. (Alan Turing's test for machine intelligence).

Castelluccio, M. 2016. Technology workbook: Canning Blackberries. Strategic Finance (August): 79-81.

Castelluccio, M. 2016. Technology workbook: Hacking your car. Strategic Finance (April): 53-57.

Castelluccio, M. 2016. Technology workbook. It's about time. Strategic Finance (December): 55-57. (Smart watches, computers, and a camera).

Castelluccio, M. 2016. Technology workbook: Politics, privacy, and cryptology. Strategic Finance (May): 55-57.

Castelluccio, M. 2016. Technology workbook: The computer that taught itself to win at go. Strategic Finance (March):63-65.

Castelluccio, M. 2016. Technology workbook: The evolving personal assistants. Strategic Finance (June): 55-57.

Castelluccio, M. 2016. Technology workbook: The second machine age. Strategic Finance (January): 55-57.

Castelluccio, M. 2016. Technology workbook: Wikipedia is 15. Strategic Finance (February): 55-57.

Castelluccio, M. 2016. Technology workbook: Writing without ink. Strategic Finance (July): 53-57.

Castelluccio, M. 2016. The upside of gadget addiction. Strategic Finance (October): 55-57.

Castelluccio, M. 2017. Technology workbook: Blockchain: A Deloitte report card. Strategic Finance (September): 55-56.

Castelluccio, M. 2017. Technology workbook: The evolution of electric text. Strategic Finance (August): 79-80.

Castelluccio, M. 2017. Technology workbook: The far limits of artificial intelligence. Strategic Finance (December): 55-56.

Castelluccio, M. 2017. Technology workbook: The iPhone and the mobile revolution. Strategic Finance (October): 55-56.

Castelluccio, M. 2017. Technology workbook: The most notorious hacks of 2016. Strategic Finance (January): 55-56.

Castelluccio, M. 2017. Technology workbook: The silk road to the dark web. Strategic Finance (July): 55-56.

Castelluccio, M. 2017. Technology workbook: The war for cyberspace. Strategic Finance (November): 63-64. (Discussion of Alex Klimburg's The Darkening Web).

Castelluccio, M. 2018. Technology workbook: Digital twins invade industry. Strategic Finance (March): 63-64.

Castelluccio, M. 2018. Technology workbook: Edge computing and fogging. Strategic Finance (February): 55-56.

Castelluccio, M. 2018. Technology workbook: The cost of losing handwriting. Strategic Finance (June): 55-56.

Castelluccio, M. 2018. Technology workbook: The far limits of AI - Part II. Strategic Finance (January): 55-56.

Castelluccio, M. 2018. Technology workbook: The malicious use of AI. Strategic Finance (April): 55-56. ("The rise of AI could be the worst or the best thing that has happened for humanity." Stephen Hawking).

Castelluccio, M. 2018. Technology workbook: The Malicious use of AI: Part II. Strategic Finance (May): 55-56.

Cathey, J. M. and C. E. Wiggins. 2002. Broadband: New speeds, new risks. Strategic Finance (March): 38-43.

Chai, S. and W. Shih. 2017. Why big data isn't enough. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 57-61.

Chalos, P. 1986. High tech production: The impact on cost reporting systems. Journal of Accountancy (March): 106-108, 110, 112.

Chambers, J. 2015. Cisco's CEO on staying ahead of technology shifts. Harvard Business Review (May): 35-38.

Chandra, A., N. M. Menon and B. K. Mishra. 2007. Budgeting for information technology. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 8(4): 264-282.

Chandra, U. 2011. Income conservatism in the U.S. technology sector. Accounting Horizons (June): 285-314.

Chaudhuri, S., U. Dayal, and V. Narasayya. 2011. An overview of business intelligence technology. Communications of the ACM 54(8), 88-98.

Cheney, G. 1999. HR meets CFO in the techno-swirl: How technology has changed everything...and not enough. Strategic Finance (May): 38-41.

Cheney, G. 1999. Putting the web to good work. 1999. Strategic Finance (September): 50-53. (How 80 managers of a healthcare provider manage 1,500 rehabilitation facilities).

Cheney, G. 1999. T&E technology: Don't leave home without it. Strategic Finance (August): 70-75. (Controlling travel and entertainment expenses).

Childers. B. Uncovering value with analytics. Strategic Finance (January): 11.

Christensen, M. and P. Skærbæk. 2010. Consultancy outputs and the purification of accounting technologies. Accounting, Organizations and Society 35(5): 524-545.

Cieslak, D. 2014. Five apps for CPAs. Journal of Accountancy (April): 18.

Cieslak, D. 2014. The CPA technology gift guide. Journal of Accountancy (December): 52-54, 56.

Cieslak, D. 2015. The 2015. CPA technology gift guide. Journal of Accountancy (December): 26-30. (Laptops, tablets, watches and other gadgets include: Google Cardboard at, Stratos all in one smart card at, SONICable charging cable at, TIVO and TIVO Roamio OTA antenna and recording device at, Apple watch at, Pebble Time/Pebble Time Round watches at, Ring Video Doorbell at, Bose Soundlink Color Bluetooh speaker at, Samsung Portable SSDT1 at, Microsoft Surfact Book at, Microsoft Surface Pro 4 at, Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon at, and Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro at

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Collins, J. C. 2013. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (December): 76-78, 80-81. (A digital dashboard in Excel workbook, etc.).

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Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (January): 63-64, 66-68.

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (February): 66-69.

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (March): 72-74, 76. (Excel's calculation errors, Words templates for letters and contracts, Anonymous e-mail, etc.).

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (April):68-72.

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (May): 70-72, 74.

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Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (July): 88-91. (Microsoft Office sharing arrangement, Creating Gantt charts with Excel trickery, etc.).

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (August): 82-84, 86-87. (Notes on DuckDuckGo and Disconnect Search protect your internet activity, and Excel PivotTable etc.).

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (September): 106-109. (Charts with Excel).

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (October): 68-71. (Excel pivot table).

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (November): 88-90, 92. (Adding slicers to filter the pivot table etc.).

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (December): 78-81. (Microsoft Power Map for Excel, etc.).

Collins, J. C. 2015. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (September): 106-108, 110-111. (Search filters, Social media tips, and Cloud security solutions).

Collins, J. C. 2015. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (October): 92-96. (Tips for Microsoft Outlook and Excel, plus several gadgets and apps: Scanning mouse, Laser pointer, Portable battery booster, Electronic credit card holder, Portable printer, Charging hub, Single monitor, Amazon price checker app, QR code reader app, Tripit app, WatsApp, the OpenTable app, and Waze app).

Collins, J. C. 2015. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (December): 86-90. (High capacity refillable ink printers, Microsoft Excel date conversions, ideal setting for Microsoft Word, and page breaks in Microsoft Excel).

Collins, J. C. 2016. Technology Q&A: Tax return - Outsource your grunt work; Secure data transmission - Button your share; Check reading grade level. Journal of Accountancy (January): 64-68.

Collins, J. C. 2016. Technology Q&A: A formula for going green, and an unknown Google device, a question about Microsoft Excel, and how to speed up your mouse pointer. Journal of Accountancy (February): 73, 75-76.

Collins, J. C. 2016. Technology Q&A: Captcha chaos; Is drone delivery pie in the ske?; How to turn off Excel's autoformat feature. Journal of Accountancy (December): 76-79.

Collins, J. C. 2016. Technology Q&A: Does this make my data look flat?, Monitor drivers, Your Wi-Fi called and The perfect couch phone. Journal of Accountancy (June):88-92.

Collins, C. 2016. Technology Q&A: Excel in handcuffs, a bit about bitcoin, and become a Excel groupie. Journal of Accountancy (March): 88-92.

Collins, J. C. 2016. Technology: Q&A: Excel - The right format is the wrong format; Outlook week view; and content souffle. Journal of Accountancy (September): 100-105.

Collins, J. C. 2016. Technology Q&A: Explode your PowerPoint list into slides; Excel forecast. Journal of Accountancy (August): 78-84.

Collins, J. C. 2016. Technology Q&A: Find checkmark in Microsoft Work; Printing all sheets in Excel; Control pasting in Microsoft Word; Free up hard disk space; Accounting killer website. Journal of Accountancy (November): 88-92.

Collins, J. C. 2016. Technology Q&A: Make your days more colorful, Over-notified, and Lighten up. Journal of Accountancy (May): 85-89.

Collins, J. C. 2016. Technology Q&A: PowerPoint animated painting; Secure your things in a blink;  Connect to Wi-Fi using QR code; Ultra-cheap to Uber-expensive. Journal of Accountancy (October): 92-96, 98.

Collins, J. C. 2016. Technology Q&A: Shedding 'flashlight' on privacy concerns, A picture-perfect transfer, Email etiquette , and productivity tips. Journal of Accountancy (April): 86-90.

Collins, J. C. 2016. Technology Q&A: Tax return - Outsource your grunt work; Secure data transmission - Button your share; Check reading grade level. Journal of Accountancy (January): 64-68.

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Collins, J. C. 2017. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (January): 76-78, 80-81. (Organize your photos with Google; Find a lost document in Microsoft Word; and Modify auto-correct; Windows 10 Get to the control panel; Using excel to quickly count workdays).

Collins, J. C. 2017. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (February): 68-73. (How to insert different headers and footers in Word; 3 ways to calculate internal rate of return in Excel; How to encrypt email with Gmail and; Securing your Gmail account).

Collins, J. C. 2017. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (March): 74-78. (New mapping tools on Excel 2016; Advanced calculators for your smartphone; Motorola Turbo 2 update).

Collins, J. C. 2017. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (April): 66-69. (Default Google Chrome to incognito mode; Tricks for typing in Word tables; What fonts work best in Excel?).

Collins, J. C. 2017. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (May): 90-95. (How to connect numbered lists; Amazon leapfrogs RFID shopping; Rules for designing Excel workbooks).

Collins, J. C. 2017. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (June): 82-87. (How to evaluate complex formulas; How to reference vertical cells horizontally; How to number your items in a paragraph format; A simple solution to a new issue with Word's speech recognition tool).

Collins, J. C. 2017. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (July): 84-88, 90. (Prevent Windows 10 from spying on you; Waterproof your smartphone; Remote support using Windows Quick Assist; How to suggest location corrections for incorrect maps online; Enable system protection in Windows 10).

Collins, J. C. 2017. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (August): 70-73. (iPhone calculator tips; Modify Excel's default blank workbook).

Collins, J. C. 2017. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (September): 68-73. (How to link Microsoft Excel text boxes to data cells; Update on enabling system protection in Windows 10; Microsoft Windows 3 methods for recovering lost administrative passwords; Ways to master Excel and Word on your own).

Collins, J. C. 2017. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (October): 64-68, 70. (Microsoft Outlook 2016 search tips; Amazon Echo vs. Google Home).

Collins, J. C. 2017. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (November): 70-75. (Price-checking apps, Fixing a proofing formula that fails every time in Microsoft Excel, Accounting and ERP systems: A look inside drillable financial statements, Enable Microsoft Word's auto recovery tool, and How to make Social Security numbers private).

Collins, J. C. 2017. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (December): 70-75. (Rules for designing Excel workbooks, 3 ways to calculate internal rate of return in Excel, New mapping tools on Excel 2017).

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