Securing cloud infrastructure for PCI review

The PCI certification process is quite comprehensive and relates to infrastructure, software and employee access to systems, in particular to datasets and the way that they are accessed. These checks are critical not only to the wider payments industry but also to create a level of trust with users knowing their data is protected. The PCI compliance process is a number of checks, usually by an accredited third party, to ensure that secure data handling processes are in place. 

Leading Global Law Firm - Testing for iManage DMS Cloud Migration


The client is one of the world’s pre-eminent law firms headquartered in London.

They enjoy a position at the forefront of the profession, working in collaboration and partnership with clients and wider stakeholders to secure long-term, sustainable success.

Their expert legal strategy recognises that the world is changing and that agility and flexibility are essential if they want to keep leading and shaping the legal sector.


Tea For Two? Twinings Ovaltine And SAP Partner To Develop The Perfect Blend Of Customer Experience, Personalisation And Reduced IT Complexity

London, UK – SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announces that Twinings Ovaltine, one of the world’s most iconic tea brands, has selected SAP to lead its transformation programme as it looks at ways it can better engage with its customers while ensuring supply-chain reliability and operational efficiency.

Asda Selects RISE With SAP As Future Digital Platform To Deliver Better Customer Experience And Supply Chain Efficiencies

London, UK – December 15, 2021 – SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announces that the UK’s third largest supermarket chain, Asda, has expanded its strategic partnership by choosing RISE with SAP S/4HANA on Microsoft Azure as the Digital Core for its future platform, supported by SAP Business Technology Platform and SAP Ariba solutions to digi

Top Cloud security false assumptions that create needless risk


It’s been 15 years since Amazon Web Services launched the first cloud infrastructure platform. At the flip of a switch, you could fire up a data center without having to buy any hardware or bury capital. But initially many companies eyed the cloud with suspicion. Leery of losing control, they held tight to running their own data centers. They thought the cloud was risky. And it was.