Archive for August, 2008

Why QuickBooks Terminal Server? Executive Summary

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on August 31, 2008 0 Comments
Why QuickBooks Terminal Server? Executive Summary

I explained WhyQuickBooks Terminal Server before. This is an Executive Summary on Why QuickBooks Terminal Server. This Executive Summary shows there are many very good reasons Why QuickBooks Terminal Server. There also are are a wide range of very inexpensive QuickBooks Hosting Costs and QuickBooks Terminal Server Costs, as further posts will show.

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One Minute Test For Your QuickBooks Advisor

Filed in Computer, Integrate, Software, Intuit QuickBooks by on August 27, 2008 0 Comments
One Minute Test For Your QuickBooks Advisor

One Minute Test For Your QuickBooks Advisor. Please take ONE MINUTE to find out if an incompetent QuickBooks advisor (accountant or computer advisor) may destroy your business, or help let you destroy it.

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Intuit Microsoft War: Intuit is playing the web services game that Microsoft is talking

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on August 26, 2008 0 Comments
Intuit Microsoft War: Intuit is playing the web services game that Microsoft is talking

Intuit Microsoft War: Intuit is playing the web services game that Microsoft is talking

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Inside Intuit – Microsoft vs. Intuit War (with Google, Apple, Adobe, Sun, Yahoo and others)

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on August 26, 2008 0 Comments
Inside Intuit – Microsoft vs. Intuit War (with Google, Apple, Adobe, Sun, Yahoo and others)

Inside Intuit is the story of Intuit vs Microsoft, or how Intuit people wuickly built a truly unique and innovative world-class company, which keeps revolutionizing our lives.

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The Truth About Foolish Forecast: Intuit Closes the Books

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on August 22, 2008 0 Comments
The Truth About Foolish Forecast: Intuit Closes the Books

The Truth About Foolish Forecast: Intuit Closes the Books is a response to a foolish Motley Fool article on Intuit. The Fool admits he did not get it, saying, “Time to go back into wait-and-see mode” and “I’m not quite sure what Intuit means when it says it’s “embracing social networking and mobile technology trends.” This post, from a CPA, shows why the Intuit financials show positive results, aside from extraordinanary charges that relate to better future results. It also shows how Intuit social networking will increasingly provide the fastest, easiest and best quality user service, at a far lower cost.

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Intuit pushes deeper into cloud, points to its track record. #2 of 5

Filed in Computer, Integrate, Software, Intuit QuickBooks by on August 20, 2008 0 Comments
Intuit pushes deeper into cloud, points to its track record. #2 of 5

As Intuit pushes deeper into cloud computing (Software as a Service or SaaS) its Intuit Connected Services plan is drawing increasing attention. This is #2 of of five daily articles on this important plan. It will connect many QuickBooks small business users to exciting new services and QuickBooks add-ons. QuickBooks add-ons transparently connect to QuickBooks, so users […]

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Why QuickBooks Terminal Server? QuickBooks on Terminal Server

Why QuickBooks Terminal Server? QuickBooks on Terminal Server

QuickBooks Terminal Server Speed: Many programs, including QuickBooks, run much faster under a Terminal Server. Programs like QB on Terminal Server use a completely different approach than the approach taken when local programs use files on most network computers. With QB terminal server, the local PC operates as a rather fast dumb terminal. This terminal […]

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QuickBooks Accounting Software Privacy

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks by on August 6, 2008 0 Comments
QuickBooks Accounting Software Privacy

The occasional scare stories about Intuit privacy or QuickBooks privacy (QuickBooks Accounting Software Privacy) now make me laugh and cry. The excellent Intuit privacy and QuickBooks privacy policies and Intuit people relate to its revolutionary Mission Statement and Operating Values. Read it in full at http://www.qbswiki.com/ or see these quotes: Intuit was founded on strong […]

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