It’s no secret that the majority of small business owners dislike crunching numbers; in part because keeping accurate financial records can be extremely time consuming, confusing and it may involve expensive, hard-to-use software. In most programs, double-entry accounting isn’t pretty, it isn’t intuitive, and it’s unforgiving of errors. While products like QuickBooks are relatively low
As part of our expanding RevITup SilverCloud Series, The Launch Pad has partnered with Vocalocity to incorporate a brand new, feature rich, fully Hosted VOIP Telephony solution (at about 1/3 the cost of our previous solution). Now, along with our new digs in Oldsmar, we have new, easy to remember, phone numbers. The new phone
With the roll out of Windows 8.1 recently, Microsoft improved many of the Windows 8 annoyances but many new users still find themselves a little stymied by how to navigate and customize the start screen. We thought howtogeek.com had some great tips on how to modify the Start screen to enhance usability and improve functionality.
One of the many challenges of managing remote teams is keeping up with the multitude of free or almost free online collaboration tools team members are using. Some project managers may try to impose a standardized set of applications for their teams but as new tools are released users tend to be attracted to using
The term Ransomware has now become part of our everyday lexicon with the proliferation of CryptoLocker, a particularly nasty malware variant that encrypts the contents of your computer and demands payment to unlock the files. CryptoLocker is predominantly spreading via various email phishing campaigns, including some from legitimate businesses, or through phony Federal Express or