Today's enterprise is built on the promises of mobility, everywhere-access
and flexibility. We work on multiple devices when and where we want - at the
office, on the road or at home. We expect full access to our data and
applications - on a sales call, in a boardroom or on a cross-continental
flight. And we expect to be able to transfer our data seamlessly between
platforms -on a mobile device, on the desktop or in the cloud.
Why should enterprise cloud application data be any different? Enterprises
housing apps in the cloud should expect to be able to position application
data to optimize service, ensure regulatory compliance and preserve privacy.
Application portability is a mission-critical demand of the real-world
enterprise, and yet it's a need left unfulfilled by public cloud providers.
Why Move Apps to the Cloud?
Moving to the cloud brings tangible business b... (more)
Edgar Online: On the edge of profitability?
Stamford Advocate, CT
Moyer said XBRL will help investors sift through financial reports to find
information more quickly and to make comparisons. He said the quicker
companies adopt the new filing procedures, the better for the markets.
"People don't understand if they ...
EDGAR Online CEO to Outline Strategy at 10th Annual B. Riley & Co ... PR
Newswire (press release)
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Infor Provides XBRL Support for Financial Reporting
IT News Online, India
ATLANTA, March 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Infor today announced that , a
comprehensive suite of business performance management applications, now
supports (XBRL), a fast growing worldwide financial reporting standard. Infor
PM 10 provides integrated XBRL ...
Program to culminate in Pacific Rim Summit and Workshop, July 28-30, 2009
WASHINGTON, April 7 /PRNewswire/ — XBRL US announced today an internship
program for emerging XBRL practitioners as part of a summit and workshop in
San Francisco on July 28-30, 2009. The event will assemble a rapidly growing
community of professionals from around the Pacific Rim region who are
implementing the XBRL business reporting standard in both the public and
Interns from several countries will work alongside members of the XBRL US
consortium’s development team in New York City, usin... (more)
In the aftermath of banking failures, subprime mortgages, and bailouts across
multiple industry sectors, it is a good time to examine the strategies it
will take to rebuild public trust in our government and in the world’s
financial markets. I believe the answer depends both on what we can do and
how we do it.
With all the financial information that corporations were obligated to report
because of existing government regulations, how could we not have foreseen
this financial disaster? Did we misread the data? Was the information in the
reports incorrect? Is there more that shoul... (more)