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September 10, 2012 | Volume 7 Issue 16


TOP STORY: Instrumentation and Automation Fuel Customer Experience Data Collection
FEATURED ARTICLE: PCI DSS Compliance with Managed File Transfer
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Feature Article - Internet
Instrumentation and Automation Fuel Customer Experience Data Collection

Editor's Note: This article is an excerpt from the book Customer Experience Analytics published by MC Press.

arvind sathiWritten by Dr. Arvind Sathi 

Large automation investments in customer touch points, products, and business processes are rapidly creating enormous volumes of data as well as capabilities to make changes at electronic speeds. This chapter explores these changes in "instrumentation" and how they provide an environment for Customer Experience Analytics (CEA).


IVR, kiosks, mobile devices, email, chat, corporate web sites, third-party applications, and social networks have generated a fair amount of event information about our customers. In addition, customer interaction via traditional media, such as call centers, can now be analyzed and organized.


Feature Article - Security
PCI DSS Compliance with Managed File Transfer

It's imperative that IT professionals become well-versed in all of the PCI DSS regulations.

Written by Linoma Software

Editor's Note: This article introduces the free white paper "PCI DSS Compliance with Managed File Transfer" available from the MC White Paper Center.


PCI DSS compliance requirements will continually evolve under the auspices of the PCI Security Standards Council throughout a newly defined 36-month lifecycle. This may mean that the security "tweaks" that IT implements today for PCI DSS 2.0 may be inadequate to handle the data security requirements of the next version of the standard.


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