Sage 200 Roadmap

Invoicing There is a new standalone invoicing module to enable customers to raise invoices without having to go through a Sales Order process first.   Nominal analysis Sage has added new analysis codes to allow you to customise to suit your needs. You now have the ability to store analysis codes on each nominal record to allow greater depth of analysis. Web based purchase requisition  Efficient, accurate purchase requisition entry via a supported browser, regardless of location. You ...

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'Windows 10 - How to check for updates'

Click Start and then click “Settings Icon”:     Click ‘Update and Security’     Click ‘Check for updates’ – If any pending updates have been applied, please click ‘restart now’ and then check for updates again once your machine has restarted.   If there are any issues at all please contact support: support@quintech.co.uk   or 01684 882702   ...

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'Windows 8 - How to check for updates'

Right click on the Windows 8 Start Button and select Control Panel..     Once in the Control Panel click on the Windows Update app..     Then click onto ‘Check for updates’..   Once that check has finished, click ‘Install updates’     You may need to reboot your computer once the updates are installed – please note that if you are prompted to reboot it IS necessary to do this in order for the updates to take effec...

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'Windows 7 – How to check for updates’

Click ‘Start’ and then click ‘Control Panel’:     Click ‘Windows Update’:       Click ‘Check for updates’ and once that check has finished, click ‘Install Updates’:       You may need to reboot your computer once the updates are installed – please note that if you are prompted to reboot it IS necessary to do this in order for the updates to take effect.   If there are...

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Cyber Attack Update

Users of Windows need to be aware of a new ransomware strain and take immediate measures to patch. Specifically, on May 12, 2017 a new strain of the Ransom.CryptXXX (WannaCry) strain of ransomware began spreading widely impacting a large number of organizations, particularly in Europe. Wcry is demanding a ransom of $300 to $600 in Bitcoin to be paid by May 15, or, in the event that deadline is missed, a higher fee by May 19. The messages left on the screen say files will remain encrypted. I...

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