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QBO Advanced, and other tech stories you may have missed

By November 2, 2022No Comments

1. QBO Advanced aims to empower accountants

2. Small biz underestimates impact of cyber attacks

3. A new reason to switch to Google Workspace

4. Square adds niche commerce tools

5. Sift updates Microsoft Teams app

People directory provider Sift has announced significant updates to its Microsoft Teams app. The update — known as Sift for Teams V2.1 — will now enable those present in meetings to get to know more about attendee work location, name pronunciation, interests, project teams, and more. Users can now download the updated Sift Teams app through online marketplace Microsoft AppSource. (Source: PRNewsWire)

6. ‘Thermal attack’ can read your password from the heat your fingertips leave behind

7. Jotform Sign launches in the e-signature space

Leading online forms SaaS solution Jotform recently launched a new e-signature product powered by automation features. The new product — called Jotform Sign — enables businesses to easily send out documents with less setup time than traditional options. Jotform Sign uses automation features such as helpful integrations, limitless customization options, and advanced field detection. (Source: PRNewsWire)

8. 19 advanced Google search operators you need to know

9. Weave adds to its online scheduling tool

Weave recently announced new features for its Online Scheduling tool. The all-in-one customer engagement and communication platform for small business will now have the added compatibility integration with top management systems in the optometry and dental fields. When an appointment is confirmed, Weave will immediately create the appointment on the calendar of the integrated system and send users a text notification. (Source: MarTech Series)

10. Buildots named Construction Software of the Year

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