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How to Reduce Your PCI Scope When Accepting Payments

Adnan Raja October 28, 2017 by under Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

Accepting credit card payments can greatly boost your business’s bottom line, but it comes with an immense responsibility. Anyone paying attention to the news knows how ubiquitous credit card breaches and hacks have become, with Target, Home Depot, and now even Equifax — a premier U.S. credit bureau — falling victim to data breaches that compromise precious cardholder and personal data.

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Small Business PCI Compliance Guide

PCI Compliance – Critical for small businesses

PCI compliance is critical for small businesses. It is important for two reasons: it gets the company in line with the standards set up by the major credit and debit card brands, and it legitimately checks the security of the business’s systems. In other words, PCI compliance isn’t just about following rules but about protection – especially important since three in five small businesses that get hacked are bankrupt within six months.

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Beginner’s Guide to PCI Compliance – A PCI Compliance Checklist

Introduction

If your business accepts credit cards and other types of payments cards, you may have heard about something called PCI compliance. Payment card industry compliance (PCI compliance) is the meeting of guidelines developed by the PCI Security Standards Council, an open worldwide body formed to focus on payment card data protection during and following transactions. This article will explain the basics of getting started with becoming PCI compliant.

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Elasticsearch Distributed NoSQL Database – What Is It and Should You Use It?

Sam Guiliano February 2, 2016 by under Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

Are you trying to decide whether or not Elasticsearch might be right for your company? Here is a look at its benefits.

  • What is Elasticsearch?
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  • Strong Elasticsearch Hosting

What is Elasticsearch?

Elasticsearch is a full-text, distributed NoSQL database. In other words, it uses documents rather than schema or tables. It’s a free, open source tool that allows for real-time searching and analyzing of your data. People appreciate this system because it allows you to run metrics on your data immediately, so you can understand it right away, on an ongoing basis.

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Discussion about Windows, Linux and cPanel VPS – Part II

Kent Roberts July 23, 2014 by under Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

<<< Go to Part I – Scripting Languages & Windows

In the first part of this two-part series, we discussed advantages and disadvantages of the two major operating systems used for hosting: Linux and Windows. The basic differentiation was that Linux is open source, more widely available, and usually much less expensive; but Microsoft is necessary for coding with .NET & ASP. After discussing the pros and cons of each OS, the first part took a closer look at Windows VPS hosting (specifically with Windows Server 2012 R2).

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Using Google AdWords Banners to Market Legal Services

Adnan Raja April 23, 2014 by under Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

Using Google AdWords Banners to Market Legal Services

Google AdWords has been around for years, but it remains both incredibly popular and reasonably effective. According to WordStream, as of 2012, businesses averaged a 200% return on investment (ROI) with the system, earning $2 for every dollar they paid into AdWords. 1.2 million businesses used the Google service at that time. Attorneys and other legal services use AdWords to drive traffic to their sites just as companies do in other industries.

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Maintaining and Testing the Speed of a Website is Critical

Kent Roberts April 11, 2014 by under Dedicated Hosting 0 Comments

Maintaining and Testing the Speed of a Website is Critical

It’s sometimes difficult for customers of hosting services to determine which plans and companies will best meet their needs. This challenge has become more pronounced in the era of virtual private servers (VPS’s) and cloud computing. Although distributed virtualization has strongly positive attributes – speed, reliability, redundancy, cost-effectiveness, etc. – it also can be unclear exactly what you are getting.

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