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Sunday, January 1st, 2012

It has been a challenging but very exiting year. I would like to express my sincere appreciation to our customers, partners and employees for the superb results. We could have not done it without you! The time we spent together brought us wonderful memories which we shall treasure forever.

Some of us have not been so fortunate and blessed. My prayers go out to them who suffered, fought and lost, understanding life may never be the same.

Every single day we receive a new start to become a better person, enjoy life to the fullest and unconditionally support the people around us. Life is a precious gift and sometimes it can be very challenging. Remember we cannot change the past but we can change the future.


Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP2 Now Supported in MachPanel

Thursday, December 29th, 2011

While the competition is busy proclaiming victory MachSol announced to be the first automation provider in the world delivering support for Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP2. MachPanel is the industry leading control panel for shared and enterprise hosting that fully supports Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, CRM 2011, Lync and Hyper-V.

Early this year Microsoft advised Hosting Service Providers to migrate to /hosting mode. In October this year Microsoft announced /hosting mode was a dead end. Many of the HSP’s are anxiously waiting to migrate to on-premises mode and offer new features available in SP2. With the unmatched release of MachPanel our valuable customers will obtain the competitive edge and ability to grow business rapidly.



Monday, December 12th, 2011

What does the future holds for “The Cloud” but even more important for all its global users. Big corporations like Amazon, Apple, AT&T, Cisco, Citrix, Google, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce, SAP, Sony, Verizon and VMware are trying hard to become market leader. Is that all what they are after? Big corporations will risk it all due reputation and hundreds of millions invested. Most are after marked supremacy, control and use of your data. It seems unrealistic but “The Cloud” will lead to a full blown cyber war in years to come. We’re no longer dealing with governments but powerful global corporations who are after you and your information.


Parallels U-Turn on Office 365 Syndication

Thursday, December 8th, 2011

Parallels announced on Microsoft WPC2011 to be the first offering syndication for Office365 in their automation software. Today’s reality shows Parallels wished this was a bad dream that never happened. Most of their loyal customers feel betrayed because Microsoft Office365 head on head competition with its partner hosting channel. Integration of Office365 in Plesk was suddenly cancelled until further notice.

The figures: Parallels automation business on average is 15% Windows and 85% Linux (Plesk). Parallels global market share in Windows automation is considered small. They seem to be unable to grow their automation business even after buying most of the competition and hiring over 10 Microsoft directors. Less than 15 companies in Europe use Parallels automation product. Plesk for linux and desktop/server virtualization business seems to be doing a better but mainly in the US.