Of course, QuickBooks and accounting data are stored on cloud service. It is protected and completely secure in the data center that runs 24/7. You can operate QuickBooks from your office, home, or anywhere across the world and at any time day or night.
Yes, internet connectivity is vital for working on your cloud-based QuickBooks. Without the internet, you will not be able to access your QuickBooks data as it is stored on the cloud. To work without the internet, you will have to restore cloud data backup to the local system. After working on the same, you will again have to restore the updated data on the cloud.
Definitely! Cloud-based QuickBooks can be accessed through RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) that is compatible with all devices whether Android, iOS, Windows, or any web browser.
Yes, the Cloud environment lets you use the print function on locally connected printers and printers from other locations too.
Yes! You can easily access QuickBooks on Mac by using RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol). It is compatible with all devices based on iOS, Windows, Linux, or a browser of your Mac device.
Although QuickBooks on Cloud allows the feature of accessing your software from anywhere at any time with details like username and password, you can still restrict the number of users for specific locations as per your requirements through QB Advance Security.
No, as per QuickBooks guidelines, you will require having your own license in order to work in the companies created in QuickBooks. Using a single license for multiple customers would be completely against the QuickBooks guidelines and we as professionals totally stand by those guidelines.
With QuickBooks on Cloud, you will attain a 99.99% uptime guarantee!
Fortunately, QuickBooks on Cloud can easily be accessed and does not need any heavy internet connection facilities.
With QuickBooks on Cloud, your data will always remain secure. We offer Snapshot Backup that automatically creates multiple backup copies of your data. You may also take/download a backup of the data on your local system.