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The Difference Between True Cloud and Fake Cloud (and why it matters)

Buyers beware: Not all hosted software offerings marketed as "cloud" are true cloud solutions. So how can you tell a true cloud solution from a fake one? And, more importantly, why should you care?

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How to Add Custom Fields in NetSuite

Customising certain areas of NetSuite can be a fairly simple process for the end user (ensuring that you have the correct role permissions to do so). Custom fields are fields that you can add to forms to record business specific information. Meaning you are not stuck with the out of the box fields that NetSuite provides you.

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Managing Groups in NetSuite

In NetSuite, you can set up a group of employees, customers, partners, vendors, projects or contacts. You can then use these groups to share specific information with. In article, we will walk you through some of the main steps to setting up and managing Dynamic and Static Groups.

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How To Set Up Your NetSuite For Outlook Connector

The purpose of the NetSuite to Outlook integration is to allow the flow of information such as emails, tasks and events between NetSuite and Outlook. It means that you can create a task in Outlook that will also display in NetSuite or alternatively create a task in NetSuite and it will also display in your Outlook.

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Creating and Managing Employee Records in NetSuite

Employee records in NetSuite, allow you to store information about your employees, as well as using it to give an employee login access to NetSuite.

To create an employee, go to Lists > Employees > Employees > New

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Managing Your NetSuite File Cabinet

NetSuite file cabinet comes included in any the standard NetSuite Suite of products. The file cabinet can be used to store generic documents, documents that need to be attached to specific records, or payment files used by the Electronic Bank Payments SuiteApp.

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Using ES6 with SuiteScript 2.0

At SuiteWorld 2017, NetSuite announced that they would be supporting ECMAScript 5, but what if you want to use the newer ECMAScript 6? Our R&D team have been using the newer ES6 with SuiteScript 2.0 for the past few months with great success.

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