How does QuickBooks Enterprise with hosting differ from the desktop version?
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QuickBooks Enterprise with hosting is a cloud-based version of QuickBooks Enterprise. This means that the software and data are hosted on remote servers, and users can access the software and their data from anywhere with an internet connection.
Here are some key differences between QuickBooks Enterprise with hosting and the desktop version:
Accessibility: QuickBooks Enterprise with hosting allows users to access the software and their data from anywhere with an internet connection, while the desktop version can only be accessed from the computer on which it is installed.
Scalability: With QuickBooks Enterprise with hosting, users can easily add or remove users and storage space as their business needs change, while the desktop version is limited to the number of users and storage space that the computer can handle.
Automatic updates: QuickBooks Enterprise with hosting automatically updates to the latest version, while the desktop version requires manual updates.
Backup and recovery: QuickBooks Enterprise with Hosting includes automatic data backups and disaster recovery services, while the desktop version requires manual backups and does not include disaster recovery services.
Security: QuickBooks Enterprise with hosting uses high-level security measures to protect data, while the desktop version is vulnerable to physical theft, data loss, and hacking.
Overall, QuickBooks Enterprise with hosting offers more flexibility, scalability, and security compared to the desktop version. However, it also requires a stable internet connection and may come with additional costs for hosting services.