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Is My Accounting Safe In The Cloud?

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Elizabeth Cranston

Elizabeth Cranston

Writer and Reviewer of Point of Sale Software at Merchant Maverick
Elizabeth Cranston is a writer and native Oregonian who lives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She enjoys researching and getting to the bottom of questions relating to the Point of Sale industry.When not writing about and researching Point of Sale software, she can usually be found overindulging in Dutch Bro's coffee, making others laugh, or listening to music.
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    Philip Gnana

    An interesting and imformative piece of here. very well written and explained.

    It has got me thinking at various other items too resulting from points raised here.

    There is always going to be a question on where the servers are going to be based…. the “host country” and their political stability and security. These can change overnight….

    Internet outage…which is now more frequent does raise concerns.

    Thank you

    Philip Gnana
    Financial Controller
    Thank you

      Cloud Computing

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      Thank you!

        Elizabeth Cranston

        I am so glad this information was able to help you! Thanks for reading!

          Christine Fyfe

          I agree Cass… nice, simple language, well done Elizabeth

            Elizabeth Cranston

            Thank you!

              Cassandra Scott

              Elizabeth… that’s probably one of the best and most comprehensive articles that I have read about cloud services, and love that the language has not been over complicated with technical jargon.

              As a bookkeeper in practice, it is interesting to note that in Australia at the moment, there is a discussion being had about our legal responsibility to our clients in relation to cloud based software that is being used in the day to day operations of their business (ie: Xero, QBO, Yodlee, etc).

              I’d be interested to hear how this is being managed in other parts of the world.

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