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Webinar: Get To Know The New Miva Merchant 9

Posted by zdumlao to on September 5th, 2014

Big changes are in store in Miva Merchant Version 9. We’ll walk you through the new store admin to showcase the redesigned layout and added functionality. Afterwards, we’ll answer your questions so that you’ll know exactly what to expect when Version 9 releases in just a few weeks.

Webinar: Get To Know The New Miva Merchant 9

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Miva Merchant Sumer Party 2014 At The San Diego Zoo Safari Park

Posted by zdumlao to on August 11th, 2014

This year, Miva Merchant’s annual Summer Company Party was held at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. Dinner was served in the Island Pavilion, overlooking the Mombasa Lagoon - home to flocks of cormorants, ducks, and shoebill storks.

Miva Merchant Sumer Party 2014 At The San Diego Zoo Safari Park

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Last Chance to Sign Up for Webinar: 6 Tips to Audit-Proof your E-commerce Business

Posted by zdumlao to on June 13th, 2014

Join Susan Petracco from AccurateTax in this enlightening webinar where you will discover the crucial steps you should take to keep your ecommerce business from falling into a tax audit nightmare. We will cover topics such as tax laws that affect your business, how to configure sales tax in Miva Merchant, and accounting best practices to place you in the best position to avoid a time-consuming and costly audit.

Last Chance to Sign Up for Webinar: 6 Tips to Audit-Proof your E-commerce Business

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New Template Language Updates with Miva Empresa 5.20 Engine

Posted by zdumlao to Design & Development on May 30th, 2014

There are a few Miva Template Language updates in the 5.20 engine.

New Template Language Updates with Miva Empresa 5.20 Engine

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“Heartbleed” OpenSSL Security Bug and How It Impacts Your Miva Merchant Store

Posted by zdumlao to on April 10th, 2014

Earlier this week a critical security bug was discovered in Open SSL which is the foundational layer encrypting about three quarters of web traffic across the internet. This bug allows an attacker to read in data stored in memory which could include sensitive data such as passwords or credit card data and the keys used to encrypt and decrypt secure communications.

“Heartbleed” OpenSSL Security Bug and How It Impacts Your Miva Merchant Store

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