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Until recently, telework has been slow to adopt than people had predicted when remote working technology emerged. It’s a clear indication of the sticky work culture, lack of commitment from employers to invest in the required technology, and the hesitation from the management to implement teleworking policies.  But the coronavirus has broken the traditional working culture.  Both employees […]

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COVID-19 has become one of the most significant business challenges of our time. It has created the biggest work-from-home experiment across different industries. Businesses have had no option but to adapt to a new way of working as even the most thorough business-continuity plans hadn’t foreseen such a situation. Now, different world governments are considering […]

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So you want to access QuickBooks Desktop remotely? In other words, you want to continue using your preferred solution without switching to QuickBooks Online? Here’s how… QuickBooks has remained one of the best accounting programs over the past three decades. In addition to managing and keeping track of your expenses and income, it’s used to […]

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The entire globe is at a panic. According to the Labor Department, the unemployment rate in the U.S. increased by 4.4% with 701,000 jobs lost. In the week ending 21st March, 3.3 million people have filed for unemployment as the impact of the COVID-19 shutdown begins to emerge. It’s the largest number recorded since October 1982 when […]

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The future of the workforce is going digital. The numbers are in: nearly 5 million U.S. professionals work remotely, and in the UK, 50% of workers are slated to continue the trend through 2020. Now that remote working is becoming normalized, there is a surplus of data highlighting the pros and cons. There are a number of reasons why […]

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Working and training Training for a half marathon and changing your career goes hand in hand right? I mean it’s only 13.1 miles. What could possibly go wrong? I previously worked in a call center so that meant marathon training took a back seat to a few things. One was trying to fit training in […]

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Many businesses use QuickBooks to manage their finances. But as the business environment evolves it’s becoming increasingly important for companies to manage their finances on multiple devices. There is QuickBooks Online which allows QuickBooks users to manage their financial data on the move. But lots of people still prefer the original QuickBooks desktop. There are […]

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MyQuickCloud partners are a very clever bunch, many of them very successful tech companies in their own right, we asked them how they are building value by using MyQuickCloud.   Here are some of the ways that our partners are doing this.   Responding to customer demands The demand for online access to desktop software […]

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Let’s talk copying! Or moving files rather. The norm for transferring data has been to use USB drives, email, or Dropbox for a long time – but we decided to shake that scene up a bit. With MyQuickCloud your remote session is completely integrated, which allows you to transfer files easily, and without any annoying […]

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Welcome to our new blog series called “MyQuickCloud Heros”. In this series, we want to show off our great MyQuickCloud community and introduce successful professionals from different industries from all over the world. There’s a hero in all of us, so if you want to share your story with us and become a MyQuickCloud Hero, […]

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