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Voxeo is proud to announce today that we’re bringing Level 1 PCI-compliance capabilities to multiple data centers in the United States and Europe for hosted applications that are built in line with PCI compliance best practices. Now, for compliant applications on the Voxeo hosted cloud, merchants, banks and callers using automated-self service systems can rest assured that any sensitive credit card or financial information that passes through the Voxeo network will be protected to the highest standards of compliance to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS). PCI Level 1 certification is the highest certification a merchant or service provider can receive, and can only be received after an independent audit of network architecture, security policies and development procedures. Voxeo established its first PCI-compliant platform in 2008 and first audited Level 1 compliance in 2011, providing a secure cloud environment for European clients.
Want to learn more about IPv6 in advance of the World IPv6 Launch on June 6th? The #IPv6Questions ”tweetup” today will feature a team of experts with first-hand IPv6 installation experience, who can answer your questions about IPv6 adoption. Read More
There’s a fascinating exchange of views over at Ars Technica on the question of “Should there be a free market for IPv4 addresses?” Or, to put it another way: Read More
If you are a network geek (like me) who likes to understand how networks are put together, there’s a great Internet-Draft out about how IPv6 works in 3GPP mobile networks such as EPS and LTE. The draft is at:
Network World is out today with a report on a survey that they are headlining “Most IT pros say their websites, networks will support IPv6 by 2013“. The survey article and accompanying slide set do indeed have some fantastic numbers including that 65% of the respondents say they’ll have IPv6 running on their internal networks within two years.