One of the many challenges businesses need to stay ahead of is cyber security. Many service providers and their products have added stricter requirements during the account creation and product acquisition stages. However, there are still service providers not having adapted their requirements to growing trends in Internet Security.Read More
You work hard to make sure your QuickBooks data is accurate. Make sure it’s safe, too.
Your QuickBooks company file contains some of the most sensitive information on your computer. You may have your customers’ credit card numbers and employees’ Social Security numbers saved inside. An intruder who captured all that data could create tremendous problems for you and a lot of other people.Read More
Topics: Customer Relationship Management, QuickBooks Upgrades, QuickBooks Desktop, Payroll Setup, Cloud Hosting, Vendor Management, QuickBooks Company File, Cyber Security Awareness, Small Business Ideas
A few customers have recently reported receiving suspicious and unexpected emails appearing to be from Intuit’s QuickBooks Support. Specifically, the subject line has read, “QuickBooks Support: Change Request” or “Important Notification”. We encourage you to call us at (888) 232-4758 to discuss your QuickBooks account if you receive any email or phone call that seems suspicious or you think could be an attempt to gain access to your QuickBooks account.
How one organization was able to successfully move from an older version of QuickBooks for Mac to QuickBooks Online
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One of the common things you hear about desktop versions of QuickBooks (Pro, Premier & Enterprise) is that people wish it was cloud-based. From Amazon Customer Reviews to PC Magazine Editorials, the common desire to be able to access the software online can be heard. The fact is, with the use of a hosting provider, QuickBooks Pro, Premier or Enterprise can in fact be accessed and used in the cloud.Read More
Topics: QuickBooks Warehouse Inventory Management, QuickBooks Add-ons & Extensions, QuickBooks Software, Avalara, Cloud Hosting, QuickBooks Company File, Cyber Security Awareness, Fishbowl Inventory Management
When the Zeus (or "Zbot") source code was made public back in 2011, we began seeing variations of the malware pop up across the internet. With the ability to easily adjust and alter the program to remain undetected for longer and longer periods of time, cyber criminal groups are able to continue teaching this old dog nasty new tricks. The latest of these tricks is a combining of Zeus with another Trojan called Carberp, to form what is known as the "Zberp Trojan". And it is currently targeting banks, financial institutions and businesses all over.Read More