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Wolters Kluwer cloud tax products go down for almost a week after malware attack

Wolters Kluwer cloud tax products go down for almost a week after malware attack

This past week, Wolters Kluwer's CCH tax software division suffered a malware attack. In response, the company took offline a number of CCH products for 3 to 4 days, causing significant disruption to accounting firms, especially midsize and large ones. In other news, a Firm of the Future finalist firm loses a client to QuickBooks Live, the Vermont House voted for a new "cloud tax" that would tax Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), the Los Angeles City Attorney dues Intuit and H&R Block, and more.

Cloud M&A, get paid to move to Vermont to work remotely, & app updates galore

Cloud M&A, get paid to move to Vermont to work remotely, & app updates galore

Aprio to acquire HPC, half of midsize and large accounting firms (51%) have outsourced their entire IT infrastructure to the cloud, Vermont will pay people $10,000 to move there and work remotely, and lots of app updates to talk about on this episode of the Cloud Accounting Podcast.