According to Intuit, a QuickBooks hosting provider has to be an Authorized Service. Not all corporations that host QuickBooks are usually authorized by Intuit; hosting having an unauthorized provider, in line with Intuit, violates QuickBooks licensing regulations.
QuickBooks hosting providers vary in many ways including the quality from the data centres that they host, the redundancy of the hosting infrastructure, how they are licensed and how they implement QuickBooks person licensing, the QuickBooks add-ons and also other applications that they host, the performance of the hosting infrastructure, the hosting server technology them to use, the quality of the customer support business, the minimum/maximum volume of users they allow/support, the minimum amount of their service agreement, their pricing, and so on.
Quality of data centres: Higher quality QuickBooks hosting service providers will host from multiple Tier IV Data Centres to provide the highest a higher level reliability. The reliability of the provider's data centres directly affects the reliability of the service.
Redundancy of hosting infrastructure: Excellent quality QuickBooks hosting services will host from computing systemswhich have been redundant end-to-end. That is certainly, there will be no prospect of a single position of failure (SPOF) associated with the delivery of any user's companies. Such a SPOF would create a service interruption of unpredictable length.