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Ebook Credit Card Advantage 7.0 User Guide

Nodus CREDIT CARD ADVANTAGE* allows users to enter electronic transactions directly into their Dynamics / eEnterprise sales module and have those payments VERIFIED VIA THE WEB without leaving the Dynamics / eEnterprise sales entry window. CREDIT CARD ADVANTAGE integrates with each of the main sale modules. Electronic transactions can be processed individually in real-time mode or saved to a batch for efficient bulk processing.

CREDIT CARD ADVANTAGE allows for the use of multiple merchant identifiers within the same company, interfaced with multiple processor and payment gateways. With its web-based design processing transactions is fast, secure, and reliable. CREDIT CARD ADVANTAGE has a long list of features which are detailed in this User’s Guide.

Ebook Extending QuickBooks Functionality through Integration

Given the popularity of QuickBooks in the marketplace, there is a strong chance that many of your small business clients use QuickBooks. In this course you will learn how to integrate QuickBooks data files with other market-leading applications such as Microsoft Excel, Word, and QuickBooks Point of sale. Whether working with your own data files or those of clients, the integration techniques discussed in this program are designed to increase your knowledge basic integration concepts and how to use them to your advantage.

There is a fundamental assumption in this course that participants already have a solid working knowledge of QuickBooks operations such as establishing preferences, entering and editing items, and recording transactions such as bills, invoices, and checks. As such, this course is not designed to provide an in-depth review of matters such as these.

Ebook Understanding and Selecting a Data Loss Prevention Solution

Data Loss Prevention is one of the most hyped, and least understood, tools in the security arsenal. With at least a half- dozen different names and even more technology approaches, it can be difficult to understand the ultimate value of the tools and which products best suit which environments. This report will provide the necessary background in DLP to help you understand the technology, know what to look for in a product, and find the best match for your organization.

DLP is an adolescent technology that provides significant value for those organizations that need it, despite products that may not be as mature as in other areas of IT. The market is currently dominated by startups, but large vendors have started stepping in, typically through acquisition. DLP solutions both protect sensitive data and provide insight into the use of content within the enterprise. Few enterprises classify data beyond that which is public, and everything else.

Ebook PDA Forensic Tools: An Overview and Analysis

Computer forensics involves the preservation, identification, extraction, documentation, and analysis of computer data. Computer forensic examiners follow clear, well-defined methodologies and procedures that can be adapted for specific situations.As digital devices and technology continue to evolve, forensic tools need to advance in a lockstep fashion. Forensic toolkits are intended to facilitate the work of examiners, allowing them to perform the above-mentioned steps in a timely and structured manner, and improve the quality of the results.

This paper discusses available forensic tools, highlighting the facilities offered and associated constraints on use. Most PDAs follow a similar basic design and offer comparable capabilities. While similar in principle, the various families of PDAs on the marketplace differ in such areas as interaction style, Operating System (OS), and hardware components.

Ebook Electronic Crime Scene Investigation: A Guide for First Responders, Second Edition

This guide is intended to assist State and local law enforce ment and other first responders who may be responsible for preserving an electronic crime scene and for recognizing, col lecting, and safeguarding digital evidence. It is not all inclusive but addresses situations encountered with electronic crime scenes and digital evidence.

All crime scenes are unique and the judgment of the first responder, agency protocols, and prevailing technology should all be considered when imple menting the information in this guide. First responders to electronic crime scenes should adjust their practices as cir cumstances—including level of experience, conditions, and available equipment—warrant.

Ebook Batch Application

The Batch Processing Application is a secure digital eCommerce business solution that is used to process batches of financial transactions. The core of the system has been written in Java providing platform independence and consistency across a wide range of environments.

The Batch Processing Application securely submits purchase transactions to the St.George Internet Payment Gateway. The transaction data is contained within Batch Files created by the merchant. Batch files are comma separated value text files which contain all the necessary information to process a purchase transaction on a credit card.

Ebook The SMART Way to Secure Email for Microsoft Exchange Environments

Microsoft Exchange is one of the most popular and widely used email server systems used by companies all over the world. These companies need an email security solution designed to support Exchange servers in single-server, multiple-server and clustered environments, regardless of number of users and message volume, without breaking the bank to do so.

Global marketing company IDC’s study titled “Worldwide Email Usage 2005-2009 Forecast” predicted that more than 80 billion email messages will be sent in 2006, and that over 30 billion – almost 40% -- will be spam, and this is a very conservative estimate. Email is also a handy conduit used by attackers to get viruses, worms and Trojans onto a system or into a network, often by embedding the code in attachments. Email can also be used to deliberately or inadvertently send information outside the company that should remain internal, and offensive or inappropriate email messages can subject companies to lawsuits or even criminal liability.

Ebook Spider documentation for Tier 2

Spider is an application written at Cornell University for the specific purpose of searching computers for sensitive data (see official website at: ). Cornell has created versions for Windows (works under Windows 2000, XP, and Server 2003), Mac OS X and Linux, but this documentation focuses on the Windows version.

Spider searches through the content of all files looking for matches to the regular expressions it is given (see wiki/Regular_expressions for more information on regular expressions). This can be a very time, disk and CPU intensive activity (i.e. it might consume your computers resources for several hours), so configuring Spider to be most efficient is important.

Ebook Consumer Focus response to consultation on ticketing and ticket touting

In this scenario, the consumer is frustrated by what appears to be an exploitation of the market and gross profiteering. This is clearly not a case of someone trying to off- load their tickets because they can’t attend the concert, but someone taking advantage of a dedicated fan base. Should re-sale be stopped altogether? For the artists and promoters they see that tickets are being on sold at significant mark-ups without any additional returns to them. The market is willing to pay more. Should they just release tickets at what the market will pay – £150? .

There needs to be a balance between the need for access to these events by consumers and for tickets to be distributed at a price that genuine fans can afford, while on the other hand enabling benefits from sales, maximising availability and spreading the risk for the organisers. The proposals contained in the Consultation on Ticketing and Ticket Touting (‘the consultation’)aim to move forward a long-running debate that has been made more complicated by technological advances.

Ebook Quick Start Guide

The Internet is interactive, which simply means that when a computer is connected to the Internet, data can be sent and received by that computer to other computers on the Internet. This inter- activity is built into the Internet and is a fundamental part of it.

To see a web site on the Internet, your computer basically asks that site for its files. The site’s computer (server) then sends (serves) those files to your computer. For the files to get from the server all the way through the Internet over to your computer, your computer must give the site’s server your computer’s address.

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