Cloud-based credit card processing software is increasingly looking like the future of retail, allowing business to become more modern and markets more globalized.
Month: August 2014
China has announced plans to implement a cloud computing industrial base in Zhangjiakou in Hebei province.
Earlier this month, security experts collaborated at the annual Black Hat security conference and discussed new trends and solutions in the realm of hacking and identity theft.
Several security firms have recently reported incidents of fraud on credit cards that were used at Dairy Queen stores across the nation.
Companies such as Walgreens and Walmart, which work to address a number of customer needs across industries, are now turning to face the increasing demands of the aging baby boomer population by adding walk-in clinics at various locations.
Once a fashion and manufacturing enclave, New York City’s Garment District has been invigorated and redefined as a number of retailers vie for real estate in the area.
There has been a massive movement of late towards the comprehensive adoption of EMV technology, which will eventually replace magnetic swipe credit cards with chip-based smart cards.
Homeland Security released a statement on Friday reporting that a malware program, Backoff, has infiltrated more businesses than initially believed and that enhanced security is advisable.
Business owners are reaping the benefits of cloud-based technology in POS systems.
Earlier this month the PCI Security Standards Council, an organization responsible for maintaining best-practice standards in the industry, released new guidance meant to protect private consumer information as it is handled by third-party service providers.