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Monday, March 29, 2010

Three Dynamics GP Users for a Buck

It used to be - a LONG time ago, you could get something for a dollar - A cup of coffee and a donut, for sure - maybe even a cheap lunch special if you weren't a very fussy eater. These days, it is REALLY hard to find anything for one dollar. But, and only till the special ends in June, Microsoft will trade one 'George Washington' for Microsoft Dynamics GP Software - as many as three users, either the Business Essentials (BE) or the Advanced Management (AM) Bundles.

Dynamics GP BE normally sells for $ 2,250 per user, and GP AM normally sells for $ 3,980 per user, so three users are worth up to $ 11,940 at regular prices. And the bundles come with LOTS of functionality - BE includes General Ledger, Payables, Receivables, Inventory, Sales Order and Purchasing Order Processing, Fixed Assets, Bank Reconciliation and a lot more. The AM Bundle includes everything in BE PLUS additional modules for Manufacturing, Distribution and Service. Your only commitment is for three years of software enhancement, payable on an annual basis, which includes receiving the new Dynamics GP Version 2010 when it is released in May.

And - the best part - this special is open to ALL organizations that do not currently own Dynamics GP software, so it is "OK" if you already own RealWorld or Great Plains Accounting or whatever.....

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Free Protection for Home PC from Microsoft

Since last Fall, Microsoft has offered a free program that offers Virus, Spyware and Malware Protection for your home PC. Yes, free to download, free to install, free updates (and not just for 30 or 60 days) - totally free.

Microsoft Security Essentials is available on the Microsoft Web Site at http://www.microsoft.com/security_essentials/

And, if you have used Microsoft Forefront Client Security for your business computers, MSE will look very familiar - they are very closely related.

So, if you haven't been offered anything free that didn't come with strings attached, try Microsoft Security Essentials.