EMV for Small Businesses

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A survey by Newtek Business Services, Inc., shows that 71% of small businesses do not know about EMV and how it applies to them. Are you included? If you run a small business, then we have a primer on what the October 2015 fraud liability shift means for you and how Shift4 is helping you reduce your fraud liability with EMV, and reduce your breach risk and PCI scope with True P2PE™ and TrueTokenization®.

How to Get the Most Out of a Gift Card Program

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Consumers don’t just love giving gift cards – they also love receiving them. According to the National Retail Federation, gift cards have been at the top of consumers’ wish lists for the past eight years in a row.

Support for Windows Server 2003 Is Over

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In March, we warned merchants that Microsoft’s extended support for Windows Server 2003 would be ending. In July, this extended support period expired. On August 20, 2015, Visa issued a Security Bulletin about the Windows Server 2003 end of life for acquirers, issuers, processors, merchants, and agents. We’re sharing that bulletin below for your reference. Please share it with anyone in your organization who may need to be made aware of its contents.

Get in Gear for EMV

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The U.S. EMV migration liability shift date, October 1, 2015, is almost here. Are you on the road to EMV chip card acceptance? Earlier this year, we shared a road map to give merchants and independent software vendors (ISVs) a quick look at how to get ready for EMV. Now, we’re sharing the steps merchants, ISVs, banks, and processors need to follow on the home stretch to EMV. Click here to learn what to do to accept EMV cards.