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FredP
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Archiving data for a closed company

I have two closed companies that I want to have the data available for 3 years in case I need something.  What is the best way to store this data?  They are currently on hosted QB Enterprise.

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Best answer November 08, 2018

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john-pero
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Archiving data for a closed company

If you have any other open companies on hosted Enterprise your online backups on Intuit servers will continue to be accessible https://enterprisesuite.intuit.com/in-product/quickbooks/online-backup/activate.jsp

If you are shutting down Enterprise altogether I suggest contacting @Anonymous and pay him to create a local backup for you as I do not think you can save the Intuit hosted backup locally or even create your own local backup in Enterprise.

 

However if you can, (from menu bar File>Create Backup or similar) just create backups saved locally and store in a secure location.

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john-pero
Community Champion

Archiving data for a closed company

If you have any other open companies on hosted Enterprise your online backups on Intuit servers will continue to be accessible https://enterprisesuite.intuit.com/in-product/quickbooks/online-backup/activate.jsp

If you are shutting down Enterprise altogether I suggest contacting @Anonymous and pay him to create a local backup for you as I do not think you can save the Intuit hosted backup locally or even create your own local backup in Enterprise.

 

However if you can, (from menu bar File>Create Backup or similar) just create backups saved locally and store in a secure location.

FredP
Level 1

Archiving data for a closed company

Thank you so much.  This looks very interesting.  I reached out to @BigRedConsult and he has a great suggestion that I will follow-up with next week.

 

Blessings.

 

Fred Pieplow

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