RapidScale Verticals Cloud Solutions for Industries

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Managed Cloud Solutions for Any Vertical

RapidScale offers cloud solutions for businesses of all sizes and all industries. With our flexible and customizable solutions, an organization can streamline processes, enhance employee productivity, and reduce overall IT expenditure.

CloudEnterprise

Large and small enterprises can greatly benefit from the cloud to support their innovative and competitive needs. RapidScale’s CloudEnterprise solution can...

CloudSmallBusiness

RapidScale provides the most cost-effective solution in the SMB market with our pay-as-you-go model, giving your small business the opportunity to...

CloudFinancial

Some of the biggest concerns for financial businesses are data security and compliance issues. With CloudFinancial, you will have access to...

CloudHospitality

The hospitality industry is driven by customer satisfaction and efficient services. Hotel businesses tend to purchase complex on-premises technology systems that...

CloudHealthcare

The healthcare industry is becoming more digital, collaborative, and data-driven than ever before. RapidScale’s CloudHealthcare allows healthcare businesses to improve doctor-patient connections...

CloudEducation

CloudEducation accommodates the education industry’s need to keep up with the latest technology on a tight budget. Our cloud solution provides...

CloudRealEstate

CloudRealEstate will help you keep your agents one step ahead of the competition at all times. Your employees will be able...

CloudSoftware

Many software development teams are moving their pre-production and test environments to the cloud. Cloud computing lets you create a virtual...

CloudGovernment

CloudGovernment is the perfect solution for an industry that relies on constant communication and collaboration between employees across multiple locations. RapidScale’s...

CloudRetail

Retail companies depend on having constant access to information in real-time to keep up with customers’ increasing demands. RapidScale’s CloudRetail solution...

CloudAutomotive

The automotive industry relies on the availability of a customer’s perfect car. When you have the ability to search inventories on...

CloudInsurance

The competitive nature of the insurance industry is putting pressure on insurers to spend more money in order to stay ahead....

CloudManufacturing

Cloud technology is revolutionizing the way manufacturers do business. The production industry requires management of diverse locations and complex supply chains....

CloudLogistics

Stay up-to-date with whatever happens in your industry. CloudLogistics allows you to see what is going on from anyplace, at any time, and...

CloudLegal

Legal firms require the highest level of security and accessibility for confidential client information. Our CloudLegal solutions provide the most advanced...

CloudNon-Profit

Many non-profit organizations work with limited budgets, which requires access to affordable technology. RapidScale’s CloudNon-Profits cost-efficient services allow non-profits to have...

10 Industries That Can Benefit from the Cloud

The cloud has never been a one-size-fits-all solution. It is impacting every corner of the business world, including organizations of all sizes, needs and industries. Cloud services work to make the cloud a realistic and game-changing opportunity for all industries, working with the unique needs and desires of every company to create the best possible solution. Whether your main concerns include cost, efficiency, customer service, scalability, accessibility or security, cloud is a viable solution.

Cloud has already become a driving force in the business world, with over 90% of global enterprises reporting using cloud as part of their business. (The Economist Intelligence Unit) That’s huge! And that adoption occurs despite the fact that each industry and business has its own unique technology dynamics.

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) is designed to protect investors and the public by increasing the accuracy and reliability of corporate disclosures. SOX is administered by the Securities and Exchange Commission, which publishes SOX rules and requirements defining audit requirements and the records businesses should store and for how long. SOX is organized into the following 11 titles: Public Company Accounting Oversight, Auditor Independence, Corporate Responsibility, Enhanced Financial Disclosures, Analyst Conflicts of Interest, Commission Resources and Authority, Studies and Reports, Corporate and Criminal Fraud Accountability, White-Collar Crime Penalty Enhancements, Corporate Tax Returns, and Corporate Fraud Accountability.

This law protects consumers engaging in electronic fund transfers from errors and fraud. It carries out the purposes of the EFT Act, which establishes the basic rights, liabilities and responsibilities of EFT consumers of financial institutions offering these services. EFTs include ATM transfers, telephone bill-payment services, point-of-sale terminal transfers in stores, and preauthorized transfers from or to a consumer’s account. Additionally, a recent provision states that institutions may not impose dormancy, inactivity or service fees for pre-paid products , such as gift cards, and they may not have an expiration date of less than five years. Regulation E includes the following provisions: definition of access device, consumer acceptance of device, financial institution responsibilities, consumer rights and responsibilities, and rules for preauthorized debits and electronic check transactions.

The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA) is an ammendment to the Fair Credit Reporting Act that is intended to help consumers avoid identity theft. Accuracy, privacy, limits on information sharing, and new consumer rights to disclosure are included in the legislation. The act also says businesses in possession of consumer information or information derived from consumer reports must properly dispose of the information.

FACTA includes the Red Flags Rule, which establishes new provisions within FACTA requiring financial institutions, creditors, etc. to develop and implement an identity theft prevention program.

The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLB) is also known as the Financial Modernization Act of 1999. It includes provisions to protect consumers’ personal financial information held by financial institutions. There are three main parts to the privacy requirements: the Financial Privacy Rule, the Safeguards Rule, and pretexting provisions. This act affects financial institutions and companies that provide financial products and services to consumers.

The Financial Privacy Rule: This requires financial institutions to give customers privacy notices explaining its information collection and sharing practices. Customers have the right to limit some sharing of their information. Financial institutions and other companies that receive personal financial information may be limited in their ability to use that information.

The Safeguards Rule: This requires financial institutions to design, implements and maintain safeguards to protect the confidentiality and integrity of personal consumer information.

Pretexting provisions: This protects consumers from individuals and companies that obtain their personal financial information under false pretenses, including fraudulent statements and impersonation.