How Safe is Your Web Service
You are probably using several software applications that talk to each other. Whether you have a custom web application or prepackaged financial solution, getting applications and services to communicate requires a skill, technique, and knowledge to protect your information. So, what happens when your web service is not secure? What information could you be leaking . . .
Can You Afford PCI Compliance?
I remember hearing it on the radio; another major retail store was targeted by hackers, a store I had shopped not two weeks prior. That sinking feeling struck, the one that calls me to drop everything in order to familiarize myself with my credit card company’s phone bank to cancel my cards. New brawny standards protect . . .
Sticky Notes; a Web Designer’s Best Friend
For the best lessons in Web Development, sometimes we don’t need to look further than the lessons we learned in kindergarten. We have found that one of the best tools to communicate between developer and customer is a simple pen and a few pieces of paper. A crucial part in the development and design of . . .
How Much is a Like Worth to You
Businessmen want to know how much effort to invest in pursuing “Likes.” The popular feature seems to many as a cheap form of validation, equivalent to the old Stuart Smalley bit, “I’m good enough, smart enough and doggone it, people like me.” Those who never wanted to become experts in social media are asking “why . . .
The Great Security Question Hoax
Much of our identities are locked away in the ether. Kept safe in vapor pockets by banks and wireless providers with paper thin questions like, “What is your mother’s maiden name?” We’ve all answered them, developing password fatigue as we try to remember our favorite sports team or if we used our grandfather’s given name . . .