Cipher Pharmaceuticals - Cipher Pharmaceuticals is a growing specialty company with a focus on dermatology. Our goal is to develop and acquire best-in-class skin care solutions.
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I recently purchased a new laptop and it was loaded with Norton 360. It was a trial version but I did not need a trial. I activated it at once. I have 5 computers in my home LAN and every one has been protected by Norton since day one.
Didn't even wanna give this one star. It will leave puddles of dirty water, and it's not really a sweeper you cant even go over a rug. I was counting on this since my shark vacuum died and I have to go out and get something else to clean the floor for Christmas. Worst purchase ever!
I have been a QuickBooks user for about 17 years. Recently was forced into buying the 2014 Pro after exhausting the ability of 2010 Premier. Around mid September this year QB 2010 started to fail with online banking as Bank of America stopped supporting 2010 and a few months before that invoices could no longer be sent via email. Now after spending 2 different days with 2 or 3 different QB technical support members over 5 hours trying to get Bank Feeds to work I am still unable to use online banking features as transactions are not able to be viewed and added to their registers without crashing the program. QB points to BoA and BoA has no answers. I should have waited a little longer as it seems there are bugs galore with this lousy product. As other reviews have said, QB was a decent fairly structured and priced product but now it's a joke. I will be returning this back to the retail store I purchased at and am looking for a new accounting software program. It will probably be cheaper setting up and importing data into whatever I go with than spending countless hours and frustrated sessions with nearly useless support.
Had a printing project that Office max wanted 13 cents a sheet for printing back to back 2500 pages. ~$325. Doing the math at ~1000 sheets per cartridge. HP wants about $120 per for their cartridge, Office Max $70. LD wants thru amazon wants <$30. My project printing cost, using my HP laser printer @ 22 page/min, 5 cartridges and 5 reams of paper later was about $150. The print quality of the LD cartridges was noticeably superior to the Office Max 12A cartridge. I suspect it is at least the equal of an HP cartridge. Needless to say, I bought 2 more LD cartridges from LD directly. LD want more than the Amazon price, but did price match Amazon. So I really suggest that you go through Amazon for the best price. Hope the internet tax deal does not go through because that will increase the cost of everything and the brick and mortar stores will be more competitive.