Stan's Chrome-Plated Tech Tips
Monday, January 24, 2011
Going Paperless with NeatWorks
We get a lot of requests for advice on how to deal with the glut of documentation we all face today. Seems like every other person who visits our computer repair shop here in West Hollywood is complaining about all the paper. We service all of the greater Los Angeles computer repair needs and they all say “Help! What's the best way to organize all this junk?”
This is where you're going to thank me. Allow me to introduce you to the good folks at Neat (www.neatco.com) They have their NeatReciepts digital scanner and document management package. Available for either PC or Mac, you can either get a desktop scanner or mobile scanner to take with you on the road. For you Mac users with Fujitsu scanners, you can just get the NeatWorks software. You simply use the scanner to scan the receipts to your computer and NeatWorks does the rest! It really is almost like magic. It will help you categorize and organize them, as well help you prepare them for tax purposes. It also helps protect your secure documents against loss due to fire or natural disaster. This will save you time, money and stress!
Just watch the video below for a quick demo:
Paperless record keeping is definitely the way of the future. Technology like NeatWork’s NeatReciepts makes it quick, easy and painless! Go one and do it. Your accountant will thank you. The rain forest will thank you. But most of all, you'll have all sorts of freed up storage space for important things like all the stuff you bought off late night infomercials. Unfortunately, the NeatWorks can't simply scan those away. Now get going, and don't forget to recycle!
Labels: paperless scanning mac windows
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Apple Consultant's Network - Yup that's Us!
Congratulations to us!
That’s right! The good folks here at Stan’s Tech Garage, serving the computer repair needs of West Hollywood and the greater Los Angeles area are pleased to announce that we are now proud members of the Apple Consultants Network. View our Profile on the Apple Consultant's Network Site.
That means you can bring in your iBook, iPod, iPad, iMac, MacBook, or any other Apple Product and feel confident knowing that your computer needs are being addressed by an Apple Certified Support Professional!
We've always been happy to service your Apple products and now Apple has recognized the fact that were among a limited number of organizations qualified to do so. You can trust us with your Apple product for sure. Apple does.
Labels: apple, computer repair, computer service, mac