QuickBooks and Windows 10

Below is an excerpt from an article by Charlie Russell on The Sleeter Report. To see the article in it’s entirety, click here. Charlie Russell is back and has a quick heads up for us. Windows is pushing another iteration of their operating system, and with it comes a litany of reasons to jump on […]

AmEx and QuickBooks, Sittin’ in a Tree…

Below in a summary of an article by Charlie Russel on QuickBooks and Beyond. To see it in its entirety, click here. There’s a reason businesses love American Express. Intuit in cahoots with AmEx released ReceiptMatch, a brand new app that integrates your AmEx business cards with QuickBooks.  Our buddy Karen Siewert was intimately involved […]

Remote Desktop Drama

The popular remote access tool, Logmein, announced they are no longer supporting the free version of their service.  This means that anyone utilizing Logmein without a paid subscription will no longer have access to the free service seven days after the last remote access session.  You can check out further FAQs here. There are few […]

New Technologies Featured at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show

Below is an excerpt from Randy Johnston’s blog on QuickBooks and Beyond. For the full article, click here.   With the myriad of reporting from the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), this post summarizes business technologies to watch. Since 1967, the annual CES has been a recurring introductory source of new technologies. In addition to the big […]