Provides remote access to QuickBooks data anywhere

Businesses who may be using or considering using Intuit’s QuickBooks products can use a hosting service such as Quarium™, a dedicated QuickBooks Cloud Hosting service, to access their data from anywhere or to share data among various authorized employees or workers.

As the No. 1 inventory management solutions provider for QuickBooks, Fishbowl® recommends Quarium for its QuickBooks customers.

“Quarium was started by Fishbowl because of its experience with QuickBooks users’ real struggles with accessing critical QuickBooks data outside of their office environment,” said Kim Tolboe, QuickBooks Hosting Development Manager at Quarium. “It is a well-established dedicated hosting service, ideal for many types of businesses who need and want to access their QuickBooks data from the cloud for remote and shared access.”

Quarium provides competitively priced cloud services and security for businesses who may have remote workers or who may be working from home.

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Many business owners are familiar with Intuit QuickBooks, as it’s one of the leading accounting software programs for managing payroll, operations, accounts receivable and numerous other financial functions.

Despite the platform’s ubiquity, however, many business owners remain uncertain about the differences between QuickBooks Desktop and QuickBooks Online. Here, we’ll detail everything you should know about the two versions, including their core functions, pricing tiers, hosting location and extra features.

What is QuickBooks?

QuickBooks is one of the best-known and most widely used accounting software programs on the market, in part due to its vast capacity for handling income and expenses, invoicing and payments, tax deductions and more for businesses of all sizes – even self-employed people. Its prominence also stems from its inclusion of tools its competitors lack, such as integrated advanced time tracking.

There are two main versions of QuickBooks – QuickBooks Desktop and QuickBooks Online – and there

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  • Chamath Palihapitiya explained in a Tweet on Monday why he’s investing in 3D printing company Desktop Metal. 
  • The venture capitalist said that manufacturing is entering its “2.0 era,” where tools and machinery are replaced by printers. Materials and parts will create an ecosystem that can “increasingly make anything.” 
  • He said Desktop Metal is the “leader” in this new era of manufacturing and already has distribution deals in over 60 countries.
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Chamath Palihapitiya helped lead a $275 million investment to take Desktop Metal, a 3D printing company, public via a SPAC. He called the company a “leader in manufacturing 2.0.”

The venture capitalist tweeted on Monday that Desktop Metal is leading the way in “the future of manufacturing” for many industries. The company is involved with additive manufacturing, which he described as “making complex parts for industrial production.” 

Additive manufacturing is entering

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