Monthly Archives: February 2013

Why Switch to Hosted Financial Applications

As an owner or employee of a financial services firm, you should know how troublesome it can be to build and maintain your own IT infrastructure. Managing Accounting Software wasn’t in your job description, but you’ve probably spent countless hours …

Transferring to a Hosted Desktop Environment

For a more cost-efficient, mobile, and manageable IT infrastructure, businesses should switch to a Hosted Desktop environment. Companies with Virtual Desktop Infrastructures (VDI) don’t need any expensive on-site IT hardware such as servers, storage devices, or advanced networking equipment. On-site …

The Benefits of Managed Server Hosting

Managed Hosted Servers are a type of Cloud-Based Infrastructure. Like physical servers, Hosted Servers don’t have inherent end-user functionality in the typical sense. They are “blank canvases” composed of CPUs, RAM, long-term data storage, and bandwidth. A business can use …

QuickBooks Hosting vs. QuickBooks Online

It’s a no-brainer to select Hosted QuickBooks over an on-premise version of QuickBooks. The main reasons to go with QuickBooks Hosting that we described in a recent blog post, “A Quick Guide to Using Hosted QuickBooks,” included: -lower costs -higher …

Free Dell Wyse Thin Clients with onthenetOffice

A thin client is a highly-compact and energy-efficient computing device that resembles a small router. Like with a desktop PC, a user needs a monitor, a keyboard, and a mouse to be able operate the thin client. Combined with on-site …