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Social Media Management for the Busy Business Owner

Posted by Elisabeth Adkins to on May 13th, 2015

Social Media: How to Manage the Overwhelming World of Social Media While Still Focusing on Your Business.

When you’re a busy business owner, wearing many hats the key to effective Social Media is choosing one or two platforms that work best for you and focusing on just that.

Social Media Management for the Busy Business Owner

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Miva, Inc. Completes PCI Security Standards Council’s PA-DSS Validation Process

Posted by Elisabeth Adkins to on May 7th, 2015

PCI Security Standards Council Validates Miva Merchant 9.0000 As PA-DSS Compliant.

Miva, Inc. Completes PCI Security Standards Council’s PA-DSS Validation Process

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End of Life Software and Non Compliance Fee Change Updates

Posted by Rick Wilson to on May 6th, 2015

As Miva has evolved, we’ve built a unique, hybrid Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform that allows our customers to retain the control and independence of distributed software, while having the easy upgrades we’ve all come to expect from SaaS platforms. It’s time we refine and formalize our policies on when software is officially EOL (End of Life), and update our Non-Compliance Fee (NCF) policies accordingly.

End of Life Software and Non Compliance Fee Change Updates

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Made with Miva: Stonehouse Collection

Posted by Elisabeth Adkins to on April 28th, 2015

More than forty years ago, Rick Kersten went into business as an artist and illustrator. He created along with his brother Pete, unique and funny greeting cards with humorous illustrations. Today, these images made popular by family, now make up the Stonehouse Collection, a huge selection of funny greeting cards, return address labels, note cards and more.

Made with Miva: Stonehouse Collection

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WordPress Releases Another Version 4.1.2 calling it again a “Critical Security Release”

Posted by Elisabeth Adkins to on April 28th, 2015

Update to last week’s WordPress version 4.2.1 news. WordPress has come out with another “critical security release” due to a recently discovered cross-scripting security vulnerability.

WordPress Releases Another Version 4.1.2 calling it again a “Critical Security Release”

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