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Upgrades and Team Building Days


Upgrades and Team Building Days

Whilst I would love to be posting photos about how awesome our “team building” days (ok, physical exertion days) are, given how (non?)photogenic our staff are, you’ll just have to take my word for it that we’re a competitive, fierce bunch that don’t let the weather get in the way of playing sports. Yes, sports, actual sports, and we have quite a few star achievers across indoor soccer, basketball and table tennis. Their abilities in said sports however do not stand up to their technical abilities (so rest assured, they won’t be changing careers to be a professional athlete just yet).

Now to get into the meat of what this post is about, that being updates that are being performed across various platforms.

On the billing side of things, some of you may have noticed the roll out of our new system, which is primarily used for domains at this moment. This new system is being actively developed and used in the management of domains and we will be rolling out updates soon to incorporate the existing billing accounts and packages across, however this functionality does require a large amount of time and planning to migrate people across and ensure a smooth transition.

On the technical side of things, many of our Kinetic, Momentum and Dedicated cPanel clients will start to see the rollout of the new WHM interface, which has changed somewhat more drastically compared to previous releases. The new interface has been updated based on usability that is especially useful for tablet devices and you can see more at cPanel (http://docs.cpanel.net/twiki/bin/view/AllDocumentation/WHMDocs/WHMUIChanges).

There will also be some updates coming to the main Net Logistics website, with an updated service status page in the works, providing updated information publicly compared to the existing method of forum announcements. We are also looking into mailing list announcements for both technical notices as well as providing hosting sales to our existing clients.

Now to get back to work and look into more up and coming tech.

Disclaimer: no tech were hurt in the production of these team days (much).