March 5, 2014
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March 3, 2014
For all businesses your customers need a way to get in touch with you. There is a simple and effective way for your customers to connect with you via phone. Create multiple categories for your callers so that they can access the information they need without hassle. You are able to direct calls to field agents, eliminate missed business calls by having a call hunt through multiple devices, streamline communication and integrate with Dropbox.
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February 28, 2014
Mark Karpeles, who has not been seen in public for several days, re-emerged to tell a press conference that his firm’s digital vaults had been almost completely emptied. ”We have lost Bitcoins due to weaknesses in the system,” the France-born Karpeles said in Japanese. ”We are really sorry for causing trouble to all the people concerned,” he said, before bowing deeply.
Read the full article Here
February 26, 2014
Protect your computer systems from online threats that can risk what you’ve worked so hard to build. Select simple, fast, and
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February 24, 2014
Thought I would share this great post…
Originally posted on Healthcare Tech Buzz:
In this week’s post, ARITHMOS discusses how service providers should always keep systems up to date with the latest security patches. Discontinued software versions should be considered a high security risk for critical IT components and should be mitigated by upgrading to supported versions or migrating to newer solutions in other platforms.
Cyber security attacks are often caused by unpatched software systems, and this could be the sign of a discontinued software system at risk. Normally during the life cycle of a product, manufacturers produce patches to ensure security. Product maintenance usually ends when the life cycle of the product ends and the manufacturer discontinues all support. This can cause huge risks to system end users and service providers.
February 14, 2014
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February 5, 2014
Technical assistance for Windows XP will no longer be available on April 8, 2014. This means updates will no longer be available. This may not be a big deal for people who use their computer for personal purposes but if you’re a retailer this will definitely become a problem with your PCI Compliance.
The PCI Security Standards Council will not let systems that use out-of-lifecycle operating systems to be PCI compliant. So, if you are a retailer accepting credit cards regardless of your payment software, could have complications with your bank.
Please see the links below for FAQ’s and more information from Microsoft.
Also for a complete Guide on being PCI compliant through Microsoft click the attachment below
January 29, 2014
DID YOU KNOW…..As a business owner and employee it is unlawful to refuse to redeem for cash when the certificate value is less than $10?
Provided by the CRA:
If your restaurant sells gift certificates, follow these simple rules to avoid violation of the law:
- Don’t provide an expiration date. The certificate must remain valid and redeemable until used, redeemed for cash, or replaced with a new gift certificate.
- Don’t charge a service or dormancy fee. Fees are not permissible except in limited situations and subject to strict rules as promulgated in Section 1749.5(e).
- If the gift certificate is for less than $10 or when the value drops below $10, the purchaser or holder is entitled to receive the face value in cash, even if no purchase is made.
Different rules may apply to promotional and discount certificates.
To read the entire law take a look at Civil Code Section 1749.5