Category Archives: Computers and Point of Sale

More Credit Card Issues

It has been a rough couple of years with credit card issues. I have had to replace personal credit cards twice, first in 2013 when a local grocery store chain had credit card information stolen and later in 2014 when … Continue reading

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Software Licensing Warning

We ran across an interesting article in Entrepreneur titled The Hard Truth About Software Licensing that warned all small businesses about the danger of pirated or improperly licensed software. It is so tempting to buy one copy of that very … Continue reading

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Store Traffic Part 2

Yesterday we did a posting on five easy ways to increase store traffic and promised everyone another take on this topic today. We ran across an article by Jeff Haefner that presents a different approach, giving out coupons to customers … Continue reading

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Online Training is Plentiful and Inexpensive (Maybe Even Free)

We live in a changing world.  It seems like every day we hear about some new technology that has an effect on our business.  Either it's some new tool to help us operate more efficiently or it's some new advance … Continue reading

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Using Technology to Make Your Life Easier

Technology changes so fast these days that you have to run like crazy just to keep up.  It seems like hardly a day goes buy that the "gurus" are aren’t touting the newest and best.  If you follow technology at … Continue reading

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Something New on the Blog

We’re always looking for ways to make MYOB more useful and convenient for you.  That’s why we’re currently experimenting with a new tool called Apture.  You might say Apture is linking on steroids.  Where you normally see a link on … Continue reading

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Credit Where Credit is Due

We often post here about poor customer service.  Heck, it’s so easy.  It’s a subject that could support the blog all by itself.  But in all fairness, it doesn’t hurt to point out some good service once-in-a-while. For some strange … Continue reading

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More on Passwords

To follow up on yesterday’s post on password security, here’s a tip from Anna Farmery heard on "The Podcast Sisters" podcast, episode 52. First, for high-security sites like your bank account, nothing less than a random combination of letters and … Continue reading

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Password (Not the Game Show)

There’s a good article by Lorie Marrero on the Lifehack blog about password security.  Most of us have way too many passwords to remember, so we resort to some kind of list to keep track.  It may be a written … Continue reading

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Free Photo Editing

In a digital world, most of us need to edit photos from time to time.  LifeClever offers up a list of ten free tools that edit your photos on line.  There‚Äôs no need to download software. We tested one of … Continue reading

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