Dave McClure

Dave McClure is a U.S. Air Force veteran who flew a B-52 bomber during the Cold War, then became an Air Force Information Officer to hone his skills as a writer, editor and communications manager. He has since been a consultant in business and technology for more than three decades, with degrees in applied science and Organizational Development, with an MBA in Executive Management. He has consulted with companies ranging from Microsoft to General Electric, and has held positions as an accounting software marketing director, media editor, network engineer and professional beta tester for computer hardware and software . His career includes eight years with the NASA Space Shuttle program for BFGoodrich, more than 20 years writing for business and accounting publications, and his tenure as founder and president of the US Internet Industry Association. He is a global expert on IT, Internet and management issues, and currently serves as the co-chair of the International Internet Industry Alliance.

 

 

Gun Laws and Accounting Firms - What's Your Policy?

Gun Laws and Accounting Firms - What's Your Policy?

Holistic Accounting - A New Approach

Holistic Accounting - A New Approach

The Ultimate Windows Update

The Ultimate Windows Update

The Disability Accounting Practice II

The Disability Accounting Practice II

The ObamaCare of Computing? Microsoft's Silly Trick

The ObamaCare of Computing? Microsoft's Silly Trick

Dave McClure is Not Happy with the Windows 8.1 Update - Not at All

Dave McClure is Not Happy with the Windows 8.1 Update - Not at All

Putting An End To Identity Theft

Putting An End To Identity Theft

Why Accounting Firms Shouldn't Move from XP to Windows 7 or 8 During Tax Season

Why Accounting Firms Shouldn't Move from XP to Windows 7 or 8 During Tax Season

Should Accounting Firms Sell Health Insurance?

Should Accounting Firms Sell Health Insurance?

U.S. Giving Up Control of the Internet is a Bad Idea

U.S. Giving Up Control of the Internet is a Bad Idea

A Conservative Fix for ObamaCare

The End of Windows XP - What it Means for Your Firm

The End of Windows XP - What it Means for Your Firm

What Facebook's Acquisition of WhatsApp Means for Firms

What Facebook's Acquisition of WhatsApp Means for Firms

February 27, 2014

Taxing Internet Sales is Wrong and Doesn't Help Main Street

Accounting's Disability Niche

Bonnie Tyler and Windows 9

Bonnie Tyler and Windows 9

How Distributed Scanning Helps Streamline Accounting Workflow

Why a Minimum Wage Hike is a Bad Idea

Tax season scams that tax preparers need to worry about

How Accounting Firms Can Protect Against Identity Theft

Rethinking The Social Media Strategy

Five Tech Battles for Businesses to Watch in 2014

Tax Preparers Unprepared for Data Loss, ID Theft Incidents

Tax Preparers Unprepared for Data Loss, ID Theft Incidents

Will Windows 9 Save Microsoft?

 

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