Attention users of entry-level accounting software: We’re gearing up for a new series of live presentations entitled: “Growing Out of Your Current Accounting System.” Beginning February 24, Bond Consulting Services will host a 90-minute presentation that will address challenges concerning business growth, scaling operations, compliance issues, simplifying and securing processes, technology, managing multiple lines of business, currencies, or multi-site locations, increasing sales and profitability, keeping up with demand without adding headcount and more. This free presentation is ideal for business owners and key decision-makers and will be held monthly at the Microsoft Retail Stores in Century City, Costa Mesa, Las Vegas and Mission Viejo. If you’ve ever wondered, “why can’t I get the information I need to grow this business?” or, “there’s got to be a better way to manage this” you’ll want to attend this event! Register Today!
Keeping your inventory under control has never been so important. Customers aren’t willing to settle for “close-enough” any longer. They can search the internet for exactly the model and features that they need and often purchase directly from the source.
There are many important components of a business, and data is definitely among the most popular. Pause and think for a moment how much of your business relies on it. It would be a challenge for a business to function without it. For business owners that look into data, many will have heard the term 'business analytics' before. However, this term can be a bit ambiguous and confusing.
Let's face it, technology, while essential, is getting increasingly challenging to manage. Many business owners are struggling to ensure that all of their systems are not only working properly but are also secure. One solution many turn to is the skills and support of an IT partner. These tech partners offer a wide variety of managed services, including managed antivirus solutions that help ensure systems are more secure. However, many business managers are not totally sure what managed antivirus solutions actually are.
What exactly is managed antivirus?By now, most people are familiar with the term 'antivirus'. They know that the majority of solutions are a monthly or yearly subscription that they pay for. By subscribing, the company that created the program will update virus databases, allowing scanners to identify viruses during a computer scan. This type of antivirus software is often referred to as unmanaged, largely because the end-user has the ability to deny updates, turn off the scanner, or uninstall it.