It's an easy assumption to make. "Everything is in the cloud so it must be backed up."
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Do Intuit recommend using a third-party tool to backup?
Intuit state in their T&Cs that:
You are responsible for any lost or unrecoverable Content. You must provide all required and appropriate warnings, information, and disclosures. Intuit is not responsible for any of your content that you submit through the Services.
Why do I need QuickBooks backup?
QuickBooks is a fantastic solution for keeping your data safe and available but in some instances you may need to recover data.
For example if you suffer a cyber-attack, a disgruntled employee has maliciously deleted data or something as simple as a human error or app integrations causing mayhem.
QuickBooks Backup allows you to restore your most critical data simply in any event.
Does it backup everything?
In short, yes.
The following ‘entities’ (but not limited to) are backed up:
Tax codes, Company info/name, Classes, Company Currency, JournalCodes, Account, Term, Payment method, Customer, Employees, Vendors, Departments, Item(Inventory), and Preferences.
Transactions – these are generic items made up of: Tax payments, Time Activity, Credit Card Payments, Journal Entry, Transfers, purchases, Purchase Orders, Refund Receipts, Estimates, Invoices, Vendor Credit, Credit Memo, Sales Order, Sales Receipts, Payments, Bills, Bill Payments, deposits, and budgets.
How do I recover data?
Simple. You can recover your data with just one click.
Recover directly back to QuickBooks either to:
Your production environmentAnother production environmentA sandbox/developer environment.
The technology enables accessing your data with ease outside of QuickBooks for editing prior to recovery.