Anheuser Busch has hired many a top creative agency to do ad work for their brands, but its one of their former competitors that’s getting a good bit of attention in the artistic community.
Pabst Blue Ribbon, which Pabst Brewing Company sold to Moscow-based Oasis Beverages last year, recently concluded its PBRArt competition, which drew more than 500 artistic entries from across the country. Now, the brewing-company-turned-creative agency will feature Dallas artist Jerod “Dtox” Davies’s illustration, titled “Diving for Liquid Gold,” on its 16-ounce tall boy cans.
“Art was drawn by me with a felt tip marker/pen,” said Davies. “[My] idea was an old schoo
By now, there are probably a few things you’ve heard about cloud hosting services. That they’re one of the best hosting services thanks to the reliability of cloud servers. That they’re excruciatingly cost-efficient. That they’re essentially becoming the “new normal” in the web page hosting industry.
However, there are also things about cloud hosting that you probably have not heard about, but would be curious to know. Here are just a few.
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If you own point of sale equipment, you may not be any safer going into 2015 than you were in 2014. Retail POS systems need to be regularly checked and updated to stay ahead of cyber criminals. The beginning of the year is a great time to do this, but what should you actually do to protect your POS hardware from attack?
To begin with, you should check to make sure that your system is PCI compliant. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a compilation of rules and regulations for any companies that process credit cart payments. It’s up to each individual merchant to make sure their system meets the requirements.
Though you can get away with letting PCI standards