Azure Receives PCI Certification and a Host of Improvements

While the major news can be focused around the general availability release of the Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager service, Windows Azure has also received monitoring service improvements, new alerts, an updated process to safely publish Web site changes using Windows Azure. All this in addition to the fact that your business can now sleep soundly knowing that Windows Azure now meets the compliance criteria of the Payment Card Industry's (PCI's) Data Security Standards (DSS) the defacto security standard for all credit card payment systems. Read the full story here at the Windows Azure blog



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