Data WAN – data file sharing that goes the distance.

Access almost any data file that can be stored and hosted on a server right from your desktop.  Multi-user access as if the server was in the other room.  Works with QuickBooks and other programs.  $39 per month for the first two users (5gb data file storage/40gb per month data transfer).

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Tena L. Chase has over two decades of experience directing financial accounting and business management in a variety of industries. Her work has resulted in significant savings and increased profitability for her clients. She is skilled at ensuring strict adherence to governing polices, regulations, and standards and she has an unwavering commitment to help her clients achieve strong financial performance while upholding the highest ethical standards of the accounting profession. Highlights of Work Accomplished for Past Clients include: * Identified more than $500,000 in assets that had been inadvertently written off; added assets to balance sheet and notified tax accountant of changes. * Discovered and corrected $100,000 in overstated expense and liabilities, resulting in increased net income and owner equity. * Recommended and set up credit card processing and created Web site to establish organization’s online presence. * Streamlined billing and accounts payable functions, requiring less time and making information more accessible. * Increased employee benefits at no additional cost to the employer, while saving the company time and money in benefits administration. Tena is Licensed by the NACPB as a Certified Public Bookkeeper (CPB) and an Intuit Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Strategic Management from Dominican University of California, a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Capella University, and three Associate of Science degrees in business from Mendocino College (Accounting; Small Business Management; Business Administration.) Tena was included in the 2009 edition of Stanford Who's Who. Want more information?



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