Posts Tagged ‘backups’

An Overlooked Security Issue

When it comes to the security of your financial data there is an overlooked security issue I see frequently. No, it’s not weak passwords or failure to change them frequently, nor is it allowing people access to information to which they shouldn’t have access. All these are indeed ones I see frequently, but they are not the one I’m thinking of that exposes the data of so many companies to problems. So what is it? Read the rest of this entry »

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Data Security

When it comes to data security you’ve probably heard the adage that every computer hard drive will eventually fail. Now, you may say, “Wait a minute. I’ve owned several computers and never had a hard drive fail.” That, however, misses the point, which is Read the rest of this entry »

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Important Considerations for QuickBooks Implementation

There are some standard considerations when implementing QuickBooks. This list is not intended to be all inclusive. Primarily it is to encourage management to understand the complexity of QuickBooks implementation or the setup of any other accounting software. Remember the old Information Technology adage, “Garbage in, Garbage out.” When it comes to implementing accounting software this Read the rest of this entry »

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3 Serious QuickBooks Errors

Before using QuickBooks it is wise to understand some of the important things to practice to obtain the desired results. Here are 3 Serious QuickBooks Errors that are common and should be avoided.

Items Used Incorrectly

If you have used QuickBooks at all then you probably know the importance of using items. Items are one of the lists used in QuickBooks, and without them it is just about impossible to accomplish anything when using this software. You cannot even Read the rest of this entry »

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Necessity of Backups

If you are anything like others, you have undoubtedly experienced the loss of data as a result of an equipment failure or an error. For example, if you work with Microsoft Excel you probably have been working on a spreadsheet and put off saving it. Then there is a power failure and you computer crashes and you lose something you have been working as well as the time devoted to it.

It Can Be Worse

Losing an Excel worksheet is frustrating, but is gets much worse. Suppose you are Read the rest of this entry »

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