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Top PCI Compliance Questions…and Answers

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is not just a mouthful – it’s also a set of security standards that any organization that accepts, processes, stores or transmits payment card information must follow in order to develop and maintain a secure and compliant environment. Sounds fairly reasonable, certainly, but many hosting providers and their customers struggle with understanding the true depth and breadth of PCI compliance. Too often, their omissions or mistakes aren’t uncovered until the dreaded PCI audit or – even worse – customer data breach comes to pass.

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Top Five Tips for Migrating to the Cloud

When it comes to cloud migration, most organizations tend to err on the side of caution. After all, it’s typically their mission-critical data and applications that are being migrated. If something goes wrong, it has an impact on everything from operations to revenue to customer and public perception; not exactly the stuff anyone wants to gamble with.

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GTmetrix: What It Is and How It Can Help Your Organization

Without argument, site speed and performance are two of the top drivers of digital conversion. Prospects and customers just aren’t going to hang around a slowly loading site long enough to buy or sign up for anything. Maybe even worse, they’ll come away from the experience with a sense that the brand is out of date and out of touch, which might actually be a fate more dire than any spinning wheel.

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Election Protection: Ensuring Voter Rights During the 2016 U.S. Election

Is your client and employee data secure…enough? How do you know—and how much would you bet that your organization’s existing systems and process are at least currently compliant?

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How Effective Is Your Disaster Recovery Plan?

Simply put, a Disaster Recovery (DR) plan for business isn’t sexy. It’s another business expense, a line item you leave to mid-level managers and IT staff, or something you once paid a consultant for and haven’t really looked at since.

Head on over to our article on GT.net where we discuss Disaster Recovery and how it affects your business.

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