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UKFast enhances client area for greater functionality

Article date: Tue, 30 Jun 2009 14:38 GMT

UKFast updates client areaUKFast has completed an extensive redesign of its client area to deliver improved usability to its customers. From July 3rd clients will have access to many more features, enhanced usability and increased security facilities. Time is money and UKFast is keen to ensure clients are able to access and use their client area in the most efficient way. That is why the UKFast R&D and IT departments have been working closely together over several months to deliver one client interface that can offer a comprehensive service. The new look MyUKFast client area provides many enhancements over the previous dual system. These can be broadly categorized into two areas - features and functionality.

MyUKFast's enhanced features:

  • multiple TXT records
  • ability to control reverse DNS for servers
  • manage sub delegation

MyUKFast's enhanced functionality:

  • real time DNS records update
  • multiple login, with controllable access levels
  • enhanced security questions and password reset function
  • improved billing information display
  • more detailed user history records
  • enhanced server information layout and management
"We know our clients are very busy people and need to be able to access their accounts quickly and easily. We are also keen to empower them to be able to manage aspects of their solutions directly," comments UKFast MD Lawrence Jones. "We have comprehensively reviewed and revamped the MyUKFast client area to significantly enhance our offering. Now clients can access even more data and make changes to their hosting quicker than ever, allowing them to respond to changing market conditions faster than their rivals." For more information visit the MyUKFast page.
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