With the introduction of QuickBooks Desktop 2018, many companies are upgrading the accounting version to experience new feature offered by the app. For any small, medium or large-scale business organization, security of data is a major concern. Intuit has always focused on the security features to make them better with each updated version.
With QuickBooks 2018, initiatives has been made to keep the users away from weaknesses that makes accounting data, business reporting and management information susceptible to security threats. The prime focus of any organization is to protect business specific information from external and internal threats.
This blog evaluates the security features incorporated in QuickBooks to know if migrating to the latest version of the accounting software is worth it.
Better Security with Add-on Apps
The firms that are utilizing QuickBooks for managing and organizing their day-to-day accounting tasks must be using several add-ons as well. The add-on applications enhances the utility of the application by giving additional features that are not available by-default. Add-ons like Bill.com, SmartServices, Expensify, Projector and T-Sheets are popular and makes QuickBooks more efficient.
The add-on integration has been made more secure and reliable as some of the add-on applications are known for altering QuickBooks data. In the latest version of the accounting software, if add-ons are used in unattended mode, then prior permission is required from Admin and access to QuickBooks data will be granted afterwards.
Add-ons that are reliable and trusted can only be integrated within QuickBooks 2018 and there is no scope for unauthorized access or data being lost.
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