QuickBooks Newsletter

How To Create Estimates in QuickBooks

Our QuickBooks newsletter for December 2018 provides step-by-step instructions on how to create estimates in QuickBooks desktop.

 

This includes setup, customizing the Estimate form, and creating multiple templates for different categories of estimates.

 

To read this issue of our QuickBooks newsletter, click here.

Our QuickBooks newsletter for December 2018 provides step-by-step instructions on how to create estimates in QuickBooks desktop.   This includes setup, customizing the Estimate form, and cr...

 

Sage 100 Year End Tips

Sage 100 Year End Tips and Newsletter

Our Sage 100 Year End Newsletter includes articles on

  • What's New in Sage 100 (Version 2018.5)
  • Year End Tips and Resources
  • Creating an Archive/Backup Company
  • Module/Closing Order
  • Affordable Care Act (ACA) Reporting and Processing
  • Sage 100 Supported Versions (and Version Retirement)
  • And More

To read our Sage 100 year end newsletter, click here

Our Sage 100 Year End Newsletter includes articles on What's New in Sage 100 (Version 2018.5) Year End Tips and Resources Creating an Archive/Backup Company Module/Closing Order ...

 

Credentials for Sales on Dark Web

Are Your Login Credentials For Sale On the Dark Web?

Security breaches at major companies including Equifax continue to accelerate. With each breach comes a black market of login credentials and other personal information available for sale on the 'Dark Web'. From many companies, this includes company login ID's and passwords.

 

Is YOUR information for sale?

Security breaches at major companies including Equifax continue to accelerate. With each breach comes a black market of login credentials and other personal information available for sale on the 'Dark...

 

WPA3 The Newest Wi-Fi Security Standard

Protect Yourself With WPA3
The Newest Wi-Fi Security Standard

WPA3 is the newest standard for Wi-Fi security. It will replace the14-year-old WPA2 standard--- adopted three years before the first smartphone! 

 

WPA2 simply has not kept up with our always connected, always on world.

 

BENEFITS OF WPA3

 

WPA3 is the newest standard for Wi-Fi security. It will replace the14-year-old WPA2 standard--- adopted three years before the first smartphone!    WPA2 simply has not kept up with...

 

Can You Turn Off Windows 10 Updates? Should You?

Can You Turn Off Windows 10 Updates? 
Should You?

In the past, you could “turn off” Windows updates. With Windows 10, it is very difficult. Microsoft wants to install updates automatically and universally. Updates include security changes and other new features. 

 

Unfortunately, there is a downside to these benefits. Windows updates can ‘break’ critical applications from third parties. Also, PC's can sometimes freeze up, after a Feature Update.

 

So what should you do?

 

In the past, you could “turn off” Windows updates. With Windows 10, it is very difficult. Microsoft wants to install updates automatically and universally. Updates include security changes and oth...

 

SSL Certificate Warning

What Is An SSL Certificate and Why Should You Care?

We all know by now, the ‘bad guys’ are coming after our systems and data.

To infect us, to steal our data, and to encrypt our systems for ransom.

 

To protect ourselves, we need both technology tools and the ‘human awareness’ firewall.

 

An SSL Certificate is one cyber security mechanism to help us be sure that we are navigating to the actual site we intend to visit, and not some crooked impersonator.

 

  • For sites we visit, an SSL Certificate adds protection of legitimacy.
  • For our own website, if we do not have an SSL Certificate, visitors may see a message warning them that our site is not safe, thus driving them away.

We all know by now, the ‘bad guys’ are coming after our systems and data. To infect us, to steal our data, and to encrypt our systems for ransom.   To protect ourselves, we need both te...

 

Eemail backup with Office 365

True or False

Microsoft is Backing Up Your Office 365 emails?

Answer: Limited, not the full protection many assume.

 

Microsoft provides limited data replication for about 30 days. However, limited replication may not cover common situations where you want to recover an email you inadvertently deleted.

 

Microsoft replicates Office 365 data primarily to protect against hardware failure in their data centers. This is not the same as backing up the data. If a user or malicious program deletes or corrupts data, that corruption or missing data replicates across multiple servers. This is a problem if the User wants to restore specific data, outside the policies and retention period in place at the time.

 

Complicating the risk, a recent study found that 64% of data lost was unintentional User action!

 

What can you do to ‘get your data back’ when you need it?

 

Answer: Limited, not the full protection many assume.   Microsoft provides limited data replication for about 30 days. However, limited replication may not cover common situations where you...

 

Cyber Security Monster

Using Home Computers
To Access The Office

Telecommuters Beware

For many, telecommuting is a welcome part of modern life.

However, home computers present a cyber security challenge to the worker and the corporate network.

 

Here are the top three vulnerabilities of connecting from home computers

For many, telecommuting is a welcome part of modern life. However, home computers present a cyber security challenge to the worker and the corporate network.   Here are the top three vulne...

 

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