Author: John Swiderski

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6 Reasons Why Accountants Use Sage

6 Reasons Why Accountants Use Sage Accountants, and other finance professionals, have a lot on their plates every day. You meet with clients, confer with staff, and generally make sure that your business is humming along as it should. I’m sure it will come as no surprise when I tell you that we’ve got ways…
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Start Your Business Off Right … In The Cloud

Start Your Business Off Right … In The Cloud I don’t have to tell you that there’s a lot that goes into starting your own business. You’ll spend countless hours figuring out how you’re going to sell your product or service. You’ll have to work out how many employees you’ll need to hire, and what…
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Labor Day – A Celebration Of SMBs!

Labor Day – A Celebration Of SMBs Happy Labor Day! Take a break from work today. Don’t even give your business a thought. We’ve got it all covered. Before cloud services made accessing data from anywhere possible, we would all worry about what crises would be waiting for us on the Tuesday after a long…
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How To Train Staff To Avert Disaster

How To Train Staff To Avert Disaster What was the last disaster to hit a business like yours? Hopefully, you avoided the impact. If you were one of the lucky ones, did you breathe a sigh of relief? Is your business disaster-proof? The reality is that you can’t predict when disaster will strike. You can’t…
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4 Reasons Why Accountants Need To Be In The Cloud

4 Reasons Why Accountants Need To Be In The Cloud Cloud technology is not the future. It’s now. It’s everywhere.  So, what is this cloud anyway? Don’t feel bad if it all sounds like rocket science to you. Sometimes just getting past the terms and definitions can prove daunting. No worries, though. Cloud computing may…
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Cloud Computing Can Improve Your Disaster Recovery Plan

Cloud Computing Can Improve Your Disaster Recovery Plan Some businesses are moving away from developing a detailed, in-house, disaster recovery plan since moving their operations to the cloud. The general belief behind that lack of action is that their data is safe in the cloud. So, whatever happens to their bricks-and-mortar premises doesn’t really matter…
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