What is the difference between a Software License and a Subscription as offered by Intuit for QuickBooks

There is a fair amount of confusion about the new way that Intuit is selling its QuickBooks Pro, Premier and Enterprise Software products to new customers. Back in October of 2014 the QuickBooks Enterprise product was switched from a Software license to a software subscription pricing model. As of January 2016, all QuickBooks Pro and […]

Giving IT the Resources and Management Attention it Deserves and Preventing Data Theft

Last night, the famous CBS Television program 60-Minutes, highlighted a case of an American company which, yet again, fell victim to the concerted Intellectual Property rights theft perpetrated by the Chinese Government, according to the program. It is not the first report of such activity by an International competitor, nor will it be the last. […]

QuickBooks Enterprise 2015 New Pricing and New Features

QuickBooks 2015 is here! This release contains a number of new features as well as improvements to existing ones. Income Tracker has been improved to add Time & Expenses transactions to the money bar. In addition, you have the option of excluding estimates, sales orders and time & expenses from the un-billed section of the […]

Intuit releases QuickBooks 2014 for Mac – Pricing

Small businesses can save time managing finances with the 2014 version of the best-selling QuickBooks for Mac® financial software from Intuit Inc.  (Nasdaq: INTU). New features provide quick access to what’s important, help small business owners complete tasks more quickly and enable them to track income in real time. The software will go on sale […]

Courts extend Legal Protection to Small Firms hit by Cyber-thieves

Until recently, Small Business Owners that were hit by Cyber-thieves had nobody to blame but themselves. Two recent court rulings are providing small business owners with new hope as Cyber criminals are continuing to focus their attention onto small businesses in the US. 1. The Boston-based First Circuit Court of Appeals ruled earlier this month […]