Managing the volumes of unstructured information your business generates and uses everyday can be a challenge for any size business. A whitepaper from M-Files called, Easy Document Management: A Guide to Benefits, Features, and Selection, shared details about how to manage those volumes of information, document management. Below we will share basic information about document management, including the purpose of document management, essential components, and long-term value. For more advanced or in-depth information, view the full whitepaper.
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Scott Cornelisen joins LBMC Technologies, LLC as a Senior Software Developer with over 10 years of experience in the development of custom software and data base administration. His areas of expertise include Microsoft.Net development, MVC, Java Script and SQL DBA experience. He spent the past 5 years at Waller Associates law firm as a network developer and SQL Data Base Administrator. Prior to Waller, Scott worked in the retail and restaurant industries providing software solutions.
Originally from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Scott attended Iowa State University. In his free time Scott enjoys spending time with his wife of 19 years, Wendy, traveling or enjoying the great outdoors. Scott is also an avid golfer and runner.
“Scott is a great addition to our company as he has vast experience working with a variety of clients,” said David Reynolds, Partner of LBMC Technologies, LLC. “His strong technical and software development skills strengthen LBMC’s ability to help our client’s be successful in the development of technology solutions.”
How do Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Dynamics CRM stack up? SharePoint is an enterprise platform for many different information applications and uses. Microsoft Dynamics CRM is also a powerful enterprise application. So, which is most appropriate for your business needs?
When comparing the two applications, it is important to take the strengths of each product into consideration. The strengths will be applicable to your needs. Below we will share the similarities, the strengths, and how they can be deployed together.
If you are using QuickBooks you are like a lot of small businesses. QuickBooks is one of the most popular small business accounting applications. However, as your company surpasses entry level, you may face a variety of challenges as you hit the limits of QuickBooks functionality. When do you know you’ve outgrown QuickBooks?
A whitepaper called, The Hidden Cost of QuickBooks, details 4 bottlenecks of QuickBooks, the hidden costs of continuing to use QuickBooks, evaluates available alternatives, and compares the cost of the status quo with the benefits of switching. Below we will share the 4 main bottlenecks of QuickBooks that indicate it may be time to upgrade your financial management software.
Are your administrators using admin accounts for everything? There is a good chance that if you asked a Linux administrator if they log onto their workstation with “root” you would get a very confused response. Why is this? Root is essentially logging onto the system as the administrator: root has all the power, and anything that needs to be changed can be done as root, including breaking the entire system. Linux administrators rarely use root unless necessary. Their daily work is done with an account that has normal user privileges. Surprisingly, this same respect for the administrator account does not always exist with Windows administrators. They may not log into the computer as “administrator,” the default Windows administrator account, but most likely with their own account that has the same privileges. If you ask a Windows administrator if they use two accounts, one privileged and one a normal user, the common answer is no.
Is your business safe? According to a Ponemon Institute study, 78% of organizations have suffered from at least one data breach over the past two years resulting in financial liabilities, recreating lost data from scratch, and damaged reputations. Below we will share 5 data security risks every small business should know about from Trend Micro including employee negligence, lack of protection, employee mobility, lack of backup data, and not enforcing data security policies.
A whitepaper entitled, “Professional Services The SharePoint Angle” provides valuable insight into how SharePoint can be utilized by Professional Services Organizations. As the head of a professional services organization, there is a high probability that sales, forecasting, and reporting, project management, and employee development are some items of paramount importance in your mind.
Below, we will share some specific features that can satisfy the needs of professional services organizations from the whitepaper, followed by survey results that show what professional services organizations are doing with SharePoint.
In the last few years, the demands on the finance department—from real-time reporting to global consolidation—have increased significantly. At the same time, the choices for accounting and financial software have become much more complex. With so many alternatives for deploying financial applications, evaluators need to step back and ensure they understand the implications of all their options.
In the recently published, “2013 Buyer’s Guide to Accounting and Financial Software–The New Factors to Consider”, Intacct shares how to research, evaluate, and select the right software for your business. This guide will share:
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