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Lynne Hade

Employees can be one of your biggest security risks. There is no foolproof prevention method for human error, and this is why employee mistakes are one of the most common causes of a security breach. So what can you do to prevent it? Well at the very least you need to include policies in your employee handbook, and ensure your employee reads through it and signs off on agreeing to follow them. Having measures in place drastically reduces the chances of a security breach. Here are four areas to keep in mind when developing your own.

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Thinking about purchasing new ERP Software?  If so, now may be the perfect time.  

Get the Microsoft Dynamics NAV starter pack and an additional 2 licenses for just $7,600, That's a total of 5 full user licenses.  With the Starter Pack your business will get core financials and distribution functionality. Normal pricing is $12,000.

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It wasn’t too long ago that general ledgers and other financial data were kept by hand in notebooks or in simple spreadsheets on the computer.  Basic accounting software soon followed, much to the pleasure of accounting departments everywhere.  QuickBooks was among the leaders to capture the accounting software marketplace and is used by many small businesses today.  While QuickBooks is great entry-level accounting software, it has its limitations and these limitations may now be hindering your overall business efficiency, profitability and g

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Business Email Compromise: Scams that trick executives, employees, and clients into transferring company funds to a criminal accounts.

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jpg of noteThere are numerous types of malware out there, but one really bad one is ransomware. While this destructive software has been around for a while, a newer, more dangerous upgrade called Chimera was recently discovered.