The SOC 2, Type 1 audit scrutinized every aspect of Zumasys’ cloud service operations, including the nature of the service provided, how Zumasys interacts with user entities and subservice organizations, internal controls, and its limitations.
The thieves pretend to be company executives by “spoofing” e-mails—making their e-mails seem like legitimate ones coming from company executives.
Zumasys is thrilled to announce that consulting firm Great Place to Work® and Fortune magazine have named the company #1 on the country’s 50 Best Workplaces for Giving Back
Following closely on the heels of the recruitment of Greg Cooper by Zumasys, the Zumasys Hoover is out again. This time, Zumasys has just recruited Patrick Payne.
Zumasys welcomes Patrick Payne who’s goal is to help our customers understand what is possible with their applications relative to the latest Web 2.0 development tools and techniques.
Corey Luckow, VP of Strategic Development and Bruce Decker, Pre-Sales Engineer-MultiValue Practice from Zumasys recap the new features of jBASE 5.5 including System Manager, and jRCS, which is set to ship next week.
Zumasys is updating its jBASE platform, modernizing the platform for developers and improving a variety of well-known features.
Microsoft released a security update for Windows that affect AccuTerm 97 and AccuTerm 2000. After this update is installed, the affected versions of AccuTerm will no longer run.
This will enable SQL Server to deliver a consistent data platform across Windows Server and Linux, as well as on-premises and cloud.
Tech businesses like Intel, VMware, Microsoft and countless others are pouring billions into cloud technologies, and we are now seeing a new generation of cloud computing starting to mature.