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Securing Sensitive Client Data

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May 16th 2013 by Andy Gutierrez
Posted in Category: Ways to be more productive

It worries me when I receive an e-mail containing unencrypted client information, especially when that e-mail comes from another accountant. Social security numbers, account numbers and other private information that … [Read More…]

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Using Technology to Outsmart ID Thieves

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February 6th 2013 by Andy Gutierrez
Posted in Category: From the Experts

After the recent news about security flaws with Java, and with tax season now in full swing, now is a great time to consider ways of enhancing cyber-security for our … [Read More…]

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Why Does Intuit® “Force” Upgrades?

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November 7th 2012 by Andy Gutierrez
Posted in Category: From the Experts

In my social networking travels, I saw a tweet from someone who was upset that Intuit®, through its sunset policy, was “forcing her to upgrade” to a new version of … [Read More…]

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