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 Sage 100 ERP Newsletter
August 2015  


Sage
100 ERP
User Group Meeting
Locations

Indianapolis, IN
October 15th

Fort Wayne, IN
October 20th

Live Webcast
October 28th

Register Now!


 
Sage 100 ERP User Group Meetings - Register Today!
We'll be covering some great topics during our fall user group meetings. Don't miss out - register now.

Don't miss this opportunity to meet with fellow Sage 100 ERP software users, brainstorm with the technology experts at DWD, and learn some fantastic software tips.

DISCUSSION TOPICS 
  • Sage 100 ERP Road Ahead - learn about the new features in version 2016 and beyond.
  • Sage CRM Has A New Look And Feel - see the brand new user interface and intuitive design that was released in version 7.3.
  • Take Back Control Of Your Inventory - learn how Sage Inventory Advisor can help you monitor your inventory levels and provide alerts that will keep you on top of things.
  • Get The Data You Need To Make Key Decisions For Your Business - we'll show you how to easily create the custom reports you need using Sage Intelligence.
  • Bank Reconciliation Doesn't Have To Be A Tedious Process - we'll show you a number of tips and shortcuts that will make Bank Reconciliation more efficient.

 

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New Business Accelerators in Sage CRM Version 7.3
Quicker Quotes, Orders, Workflow and More... 

The new Business Accelerators in the latest version of Sage CRM help increase efficiency in multiple areas of your company and allow managers access to important data they need to make better decisions.
  • Generate quotes/orders in less time using a new default template merged with existing record details.
  • New ready-to-use Alerts and Escalation Rules designed to notify your team of critical event triggers related to leads, quotas, or opportunities.
  • New management dashboards provide sales metrics for managers.

Learn how the new Business Accelerators in Sage CRM v7.3 can help your business make the most of every opportunity.

 

 

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Beware of Windows 10 Upgrade Scam
If you are a Windows 7 or 8 user, Microsoft will not send you an email to upgrade to Windows 10. These emails are fraudulent. 

Just days after Microsoft released its latest operating system, hackers have begun targeting potential upgraders by sending them Windows 10 Upgrade emails. The emails contain a new kind of malware called "ransomware". Ransomware encrypts files and blocks access to your computer system until a sum of money is paid. Ransomware attacks have been on the rise and are making headlines with the recent Windows 10 scams.

To protect yourself and your organization from Windows 10 Upgrade scams, don't open any attachments you weren't expecting and be wary of download links in email messages from unknown sources or those claiming to be Microsoft (Microsoft is not distributing Windows 10 via unsolicited emails).

For more information on Windows 10 Upgrade Scams, view the article links below.

 

USA Today - Beware scam Windows 10 download emails

 

ZDNet - New Windows 10 scams will encrypt your files for ransom