First feature update for Zoho Sites
The dev team at Zoho have been beavering away on Zoho Sites this week, and has been updated for the first time since its launch. The update introduces a number of new features and enhancements for easier development of websites.
The introduction of the PayPal and Google Checkout buttons is a useful addition for users who need to accept online payments or donations without messing around with code. A ‘duplicate pages’ feature has been added to make it simple to clone extra pages with the same layout. Support for sitemap.xml files has been added to help users prime their websites for search engines, and RSS feeds have been added to the blog pages so site visitors can subscribe to blog updates through email.
Latest Answerbase enhancement for site administrators
Answerbase have introduced a new enhancement to their software for the Q&A site administrators. This makes it easier to view the moderation queues of individual moderators and enables site administrators to accomplish their moderators’ tasks if needed. Furthermore, unmoderated content can be viewed more easily, allowing effective quality management of the content on a Q&A site.
Dell Cloud services come to Europe
Dell are due to open a new data centre in the UK, with the view of providing cloud services to Europe. They’ve chosen Slough as the host. Whilst the pricing and the full details of the new Dell Cloud are not yet known, it seems clear that Dell intend to capitalise on the industry. Assuming their prices are competitive, the new data centre could kick-start a price shake-up among British cloud providers.
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