Archive of February 2009

Data Doesn’t Have to be Boring

Generating reports in QuickBooks is important for you to easily see cash flow and so many other core metrics of your businesses success. Seeing numbers is nice, but charts (bar, pie, etc.) can give you an even clearer view your data. Now, what if you could take things a step further and see the data […]

Refurbished Computing: Is It Time To Re-Consider?

Used (or refurbished equipment) computer equipment can save you a lot of money and goes far in helping to recycle and be more environmentally friendly. Tiffany Bloomer, Director of Business Development with Aventis Systems, answers some questions about the refurbished technology market. Businesses do save money when purchasing refurbished equipment, but with computer prices so […]

Gmail Email: Access It On Or Off the Net

I have a Gmail account but only use it to receive newsletters that I don’t need to read immediately. However, due to Gmails great interface and huge space many use for personal and professional uses. I’m a firm believer that serious business persons should have a domain name, but I’ve been saying this for years. […]

Money Saving IT Tips for Small Business (Part 1)

Investing money in IT solutions for your business can boost productivity, save money, increase customer satisfaction and more. On the other hand, you might invest $50,000 in new computer equipment and find your return on investment is zero, or worse – you actually LOST money on the investment because it didn’t work properly or wasn’t […]

Should You Go Cordless In the Office

In our homes, cordless phones are pretty standard. In our professional lives cell phones are in everyone’s pocket. However, for some reason on the desks of hundreds of thousands of businesses there is the traditional telephone on the desk wired on both ends – to the wall or network and to the hand set. Maybe […]