LightSpeed quietly released a minor update to LightSpeed Onsite 2015 (formerly known as ‘LightSpeed Pro 2015’… formerly known as ‘LightSpeed Pro’… formerly known as ‘LightSpeed’) Still with me? Good. Click the title above to learn more…
The much anticipated ‘new version’ of LightSpeed Pro includes a couple of big improvements… but are they enough to satisfy the LightSpeed Loyal?
LightSpeed recently sent out an email giving everyone a ‘Sneak Peak’ at it’s new upcoming version of LightSpeed Pro. Here are the highlights and what they mean.
Do not update your Mac to OS X Yosemite before upgrading to the new release of LightSpeed Pro!
If you call LightSpeed tech support, you’ll likely be told that their Web Store product is your only choice but I’m here to tell you that it there is another option. I’m not saying that it’s a good option, but there is another way if you’re really determined.
I recently had the opportunity to try out an Uninterruptible Power Supply (or UPS) from Tripp-Lite. I usually install APC products so this was something new for me. I only recommend products that I know and trust and this product was going to have to earn that trust…
Buying a commodity, like say apples, is easy: you can pay for them by the peck, the pound or the piece. But what about information, what about learning?
If I wasn’t the one that installed your POS system, you may be wondering what an Uninterruptible Power Supply (or UPS) is and why you even need one but anyone who has had me help them install their LightSpeed system knows exactly what a UPS is and why it is so …
Do you have a LightSpeed Web Store hosted with us? If so, don’t worry. We were already on top of the situation and our server, and hence your Web Store is safe and sound.
LightSpeed sent out a notice to all of it’s users today about Heartbleed and how it affects them. Unfortunately, rather than provide answers, this email may have created more questions. Here’s what you need to know.