DualRack Presents Enkompass Web Hosting Packages

The latest Enkompass web hosting plans driven by several Windows Server 2008 technologies have now been launched into the market by DualRack. The control panel of Enkompass also called Web Site Owner panel shares its design with the control panel of Linux. As a result many users will find it significantly easy to change their hosting accounts without delay.

DualRack is one of the handful web hosting services which provide the first stable version of Enkompass. The CEO’s of DualRack Andrew Wietlispach & Neilson Robin commented that they “Wanted to make their companies windows web hosting as user friendly as possible.” Andrew also said “We have always had outstanding feedback on the cPanel control panel from our Linux customers and we knew this was going to be our choice when it came to offering Windows web hosting”.

The Flash Plugin is a must have in order to see this item. Majority of the surveys taken over the internet claim that most of the current Linux web hosting customers are very interested in experimenting with the Windows web hosting if the control panel is user friendly. And now with the release of Enkompass, everything the users asked for is within reach. The Enkompass system uses IIS7 and provides MySQL as well as MSSQL.


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One Response to DualRack Presents Enkompass Web Hosting Packages

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