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UKFast creates new benchmark for client area

UKFast creates new benchmark for client area

Leading UK hosting provider UKFast has announced the launch of its brand new client area, MyUKFast, promising advanced levels of client access and functionality. According to the Manchester-based company, the new design was focussed on delivering rapid access and high level usability while simultaneously enhancing the security and flexibility of the system. From Friday July 3rd, UKFast's diverse portfolio of clients will be able to experience a raft of upgraded facilities including:
  • sub delegation management
  • multiple login, with customisable access levels
  • enhanced security questions and password reset function
  • improved billing information display
  • more detailed user history records
  • enhanced server information layout, analysis and management
  • multiple TXT records
Commenting on the significance of the new client area, UKFast managing director Lawrence Jones said: "We know our clients 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. "Clients will be able to 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." UKFast has a long established tradition for innovation in the hosting industry. A pioneer of server technology, the company recently launched the SEO Server. Dubbed the fastest in the UK market, the SEO Server has been specifically designed to deliver speed and high organic search rankings, making it perfect for web retailers. For more information on the groundbreaking MyUKFast client area visit: http://www.ukfast.co.uk/myukfast-client-area.html. To find out more about the revolutionary SEO Server visit: http://www.ukfast.co.uk/seo-hosting-server.html.
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