We now have to wait for the nameservers to populate throughout the web.
We will be moving our domain to a new server within the next few days, which may result in some downtime. This transfer is required to upgrade our currently implemented PHP 4.4.4 up to PHP 5.2.4; making use of the newly added Object-Oriented security features. This problem was noticed when we loaded our iaps.Manage project from our local test server to our web server; producing many errors. *giggle* We assumed our web server would have its’ PHP version up-to-date. This also means that iaps.Manage – Account Management is down until our server transfer is complete. We thank you for you patience.
We have completed the layout and navigation aspects of our iaps.Manage (Account Management Console) project. We hope to have a working demo up in the next few days. So far, this application runs successfully with Opera 9, FireFox 2, Safari 3 and Internet Explorer 7.
We began development of our new and improved Account Management Console: iaps.Manage, a few days ago and we are well on our way to bringing it live. Click here for a first look at iaps.Manage’s home page. We will keep you updated on our progress.
We currently have 5 projects on the go and are working hard to exceed our clients needs. We welcome you to join our growing community: contact us for a quote today!
The past week or so has been really busy. We like to keep in close contact with our clients during this summer-to-school transition period, so not much has been done in regards to our projects & downloads. We hope to finalize many of our new applications in September.
Our third advertisment can be seen in today’s London Free Press, under the Service Directory.
Our control console provides full control over your website, online clientele, transactions, support services, news feeds and more. Details are offered by request.