Commit c4e3ed67 authored by sidorelauku's avatar sidorelauku
Browse files

fixed cloud68.co name everywhere

parent f39c6915
......@@ -38,4 +38,4 @@ Cloud68.co provides you with:
* automated backups
* friendly human support
Cloud68 team provides Manged WordPress hosting. We manage the entire setup process, installation of the necessary plug-ins and the security updates each month including SSL certificate. Just pick the package which best fits your needs and well take care of the rest.
Cloud68.co team provides Manged WordPress hosting. We manage the entire setup process, installation of the necessary plug-ins and the security updates each month including SSL certificate. Just pick the package which best fits your needs and well take care of the rest.
......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ Nextcloud powers collaboration through:
Through a very user-friendly interface, Nextcloud provides a full suite of features which make remote collaboration easier then ever, making it the best replacement of mainstream and proprietary file-sharing solutions. It's rich [App Store](https://apps.nextcloud.com/) gives users the possibility to easily install different types of apps, in just a few clicks. Different categories of apps can fit the needs of different user profiles, creating a whole ecosystem of features within your Nextcloud instance which will help your everyday work.
**Avoid technical hassle and stay focused in your Business with Cloud68 hosting service.**
**Avoid technical hassle and stay focused in your Business with Cloud68.co hosting service.**
Cloud68.co provides you with:
* a ready2use Nextcloud instance
......
......@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ license: <a href="https://github.com/zammad/zammad/blob/develop/LICENSE">AGPLv3<
features: <span></span>&#8226; Ticket history<br> &#8226; Trigger & Schedulers<br> &#8226; Branding<br> &#8226; Individual roles<br> &#8226; Individual fields (tickets, user and organization)<br> &#8226; Knowledge Base<br> &#8226; Reporting<br> &#8226; Chat, email and phone<br> &#8226; Full-text search<br> &#8226; Auto-save<br> &#8226; Auto-responder
---
Zammad is a web-based, open source user support/ticketing solution. If you want to provide the best quality support to your customers, then making the right choice for your support system is quite important. At Cloud68 we have been using Zammad since the moment we launched our service, and we've been highly recommending it since. Zammad provides a great set of features which help your agents to solve problems faster, facilitates you to build a solid knowledge base and give a great over-view of how your handling your clients requests.
Zammad is a web-based, open source user support/ticketing solution. If you want to provide the best quality support to your customers, then making the right choice for your support system is quite important. At Cloud68.co we have been using Zammad since the moment we launched our service, and we've been highly recommending it since. Zammad provides a great set of features which help your agents to solve problems faster, facilitates you to build a solid knowledge base and give a great over-view of how your handling your clients requests.
Features:
* Ticket history
......
......@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@ We live in times where personal data is being sold for profit, where people are
Through self-hosted open source solutions we can gain control again over our data. That's why all the cloud instances we are offering are open source and you can host them on your own as well. If on the other hand you don't want to worry about IT systems, have a small team, and just want to use the software without making a big commitment, we are here to make that commitment for you.
# Next steps
Cloud68 currently includes various open source instances, such as: [Nextcloud](https://cloud68.co/instances/nextcloud ), [Mattermost](https://cloud68.co/instances/mattermost ), [Discourse](https://cloud68.co/instances/discourse ), [Ghost](https://cloud68.co/instances/ghost ), [Zammand](https://cloud68.co/instances/zammad ), [GitLab](https://cloud68.co/instances/gitlab).
Cloud68.co currently includes various open source instances, such as: [Nextcloud](https://cloud68.co/instances/nextcloud ), [Mattermost](https://cloud68.co/instances/mattermost ), [Discourse](https://cloud68.co/instances/discourse ), [Ghost](https://cloud68.co/instances/ghost ), [Zammand](https://cloud68.co/instances/zammad ), [GitLab](https://cloud68.co/instances/gitlab).
Our goal is to include other open source software solutions which we consider important in fulfilling business or organizational needs, improve collaboration or platforms which solve a specific problem. Other instances are under testing and documentation phase and will be included gradually on the Cloud68.co package.
......
......@@ -10,9 +10,9 @@ category: [announcements]
excerpt: ""
---
At Cloud68, as we support customers to build an online infrastructure based on privacy-first solutions, requests on a good email provider have been quite frequent. It was these requests from our partners that initiated a thorough research process internally to find the email provider that fits with our culture and ethics. This is why we are excited to start 2020 by announcing the partnership between <a href="https://protonmail.com/" target="_blank">ProtonMail</a>, the world‘s largest encrypted email provider and Cloud68, the open source digital infrastructure provider for solopreneurs, SMEs and organizations. This collaboration will enable us to answer these requests in the best way possible, by providing an encrypted email solution with fast & high quality support.
At Cloud68.co, as we support customers to build an online infrastructure based on privacy-first solutions, requests on a good email provider have been quite frequent. It was these requests from our partners that initiated a thorough research process internally to find the email provider that fits with our culture and ethics. This is why we are excited to start 2020 by announcing the partnership between <a href="https://protonmail.com/" target="_blank">ProtonMail</a>, the world‘s largest encrypted email provider and Cloud68.co, the open source digital infrastructure provider for solopreneurs, SMEs and organizations. This collaboration will enable us to answer these requests in the best way possible, by providing an encrypted email solution with fast & high quality support.
Through this partnership both ProtonMail and Cloud68 will collaboratively continue their work promoting the use of encrypted email as an important way to preserve our right to privacy and keep our communications and business data secure.
Through this partnership both ProtonMail and Cloud68.co will collaboratively continue their work promoting the use of encrypted email as an important way to preserve our right to privacy and keep our communications and business data secure.
# About ProtonMail
ProtonMail is the world‘s largest encrypted email provider, with over 20 million users. It is empowered by <a href="https://protonmail.com/blog/openpgpjs-3-release/" target="_blank">open-source tech</a> and it serves as the email provider of choice for many security-conscious enterprises, including: Healthcare specialists, Non-profit organizations, Professional services firms and Governmental bodies.
......@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ In terms of productivity ProtonMail provides many features such as advanced emai
![image](/assets/media/blog/announcements/content/announcing-protonmail/announcing-protonmail.jpg)
# Make your ProtonMail transition easier with Cloud68 support!
# Make your ProtonMail transition easier with Cloud68.co support!
Protonmail is quite user friendly, but based on our experience you always need support to make your first steps in using encrypted email platforms. Most important you will need the support of our team if you are migrating from your actual email provider, which basically means that our team will make the switch easier for you and your team, will assists your transition, provide training and support you throughout all your journey to securing your communications. If you are not a tech expert and find the process difficult and confusing, you will receive custom support to understand how encryption works and get the maximum from all the features that ProtonMail provides.
# Ready to get your encrypted email account?
......
......@@ -35,8 +35,8 @@ PubSweet and Editoria books are created using Editoria, you can take a look at t
You can totally do so. Editoria is open source and the projects code is available on GitHub, licensed under an <a href="https://gitlab.coko.foundation/editoria/editoria/blob/master/LICENSE.md" target="_blank">MIT license</a> and if your team has the technical capacity to self-host we advice you to do so. There is also an active <a href="https://discourse.coko.foundation/" target="_blank">forum </a>, where you can ask questions if you are stuck. Alternatively, if your team doesn't have the capacity or doesn't not want to go through the trouble of self-hosting and maintaining the software and only focus on creating books and publishing, you might want to take a look at our <a href="https://cloud68.co/instances/editoria" target="_blank">Editoria as a Service instance </a> and explore the software on a 30 days trial.
# Now that you know a little bit more about about the software, time to learn even more on the service.
At Cloud68 we aim to make the use of open source tools as simple as possible for the non-technical community. We provide a suite of of open source tools which can be a full replacement of massively used platforms provided by big tech companies who make profit by abusing your data. As a team of open source evangelists, want to change that, one open source instance at a time. This is the main reason of our excitement for launching Editoria among other instances we provide, as an open source tool facilitating open collaborative publishing.
We are closely <a href="https://blog.collective68.tech/our-partnership-with-coko-foundation-makes-total-sense-2/" target="_blank">partnering with Coko</a> and the development team in Tirana, Athens and Ljubljana, through a process that has helped us better understand the software, but also to keep in touch with the community, report bugs, give feedback and get engaged. Cloud68 team is also supporting <a href="https://www.booksprints.net/" target="_blank">Book Sprints</a>, an innovative way of writing and producing a book collaboratively in five days, an experience which gives our team the confidence that we can provide a high quality support to our customers and also collaborate with even bigger teams soon!
At Cloud68.co we aim to make the use of open source tools as simple as possible for the non-technical community. We provide a suite of of open source tools which can be a full replacement of massively used platforms provided by big tech companies who make profit by abusing your data. As a team of open source evangelists, want to change that, one open source instance at a time. This is the main reason of our excitement for launching Editoria among other instances we provide, as an open source tool facilitating open collaborative publishing.
We are closely <a href="https://blog.collective68.tech/our-partnership-with-coko-foundation-makes-total-sense-2/" target="_blank">partnering with Coko</a> and the development team in Tirana, Athens and Ljubljana, through a process that has helped us better understand the software, but also to keep in touch with the community, report bugs, give feedback and get engaged. Cloud68.co team is also supporting <a href="https://www.booksprints.net/" target="_blank">Book Sprints</a>, an innovative way of writing and producing a book collaboratively in five days, an experience which gives our team the confidence that we can provide a high quality support to our customers and also collaborate with even bigger teams soon!
## Demo & sign up for the service
If you are interested in signing up we have prepared three different pricing packages for the service. By signing up for the package that is most convenient to you will receive:
......
......@@ -12,10 +12,10 @@ excerpt: ""
Good news in troubling times. We are happy to announce our collaboration with <a href="https://write.as/" target="_blank"> Write.as</a>, a company building tools and services to help everyone publish their work online, with their privacy intact. Among many interesting projects, Write.as stands behind the development of <a href="https://writefreely.org/" target="_blank">WriteFreely</a>, an open source platform for building a writing space on the web.
This partnership consists on two teams joining efforts to empower a decentralized web, with Cloud68 now listed as a trusted provider of WriteFreely. For Write.as this is a kick off of their efforts to decentralize WriteFreely and give users more choice in who runs their instance and hosts their data. At Cloud68 we are more than excited to be among the <a href="https://write.as/blog/welcoming-our-partner-cloud68" target="_blank">first trusted providers</a> and we will commit to supporting the further development of this platform.
This partnership consists on two teams joining efforts to empower a decentralized web, with Cloud68.co now listed as a trusted provider of WriteFreely. For Write.as this is a kick off of their efforts to decentralize WriteFreely and give users more choice in who runs their instance and hosts their data. At Cloud68.co we are more than excited to be among the <a href="https://write.as/blog/welcoming-our-partner-cloud68" target="_blank">first trusted providers</a> and we will commit to supporting the further development of this platform.
# WriteFreely by Cloud68.co
Our main goal at Cloud68 is to support professionals and SMEs to build an entirely open source tech infrastructure. In the recent months, we have worked hard to [extend](https://cloud68.co/instances) our suite of open source software services by including new platforms which fulfill different needs and serve as alternatives of many proprietary software solutions.
Our main goal at Cloud68.co is to support professionals and SMEs to build an entirely open source tech infrastructure. In the recent months, we have worked hard to [extend](https://cloud68.co/instances) our suite of open source software services by including new platforms which fulfill different needs and serve as alternatives of many proprietary software solutions.
One of the recently added services is our Managed hosting service for [WriteFreely](https://cloud68.co/instances/writefreely), which we believe to be a great solution for those interested in simplified blogging platform which is purely focused on the content you create. You can start your blog with just a few clicks or, with federation, WriteFreely enables you to host a community of writers where others can join, and where you can set your own policies. Similar to <a href="https://joinmastodon.org/" target="_blank">Mastodon</a> or <a href="https://pixelfed.org/" target="_blank">Pixelfed</a>, WriteFreely enables you to create a blogging platform which can freely communicate with other blogs on a larger network. For those who want to build a minimal blog and run it without worrying constantly about the number of plug-ins, or the likes and claps they get, we believe this platform to be the best solution to them.
......
......@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ Apart from being a good tool for promotion, currently, the problem with Medium i
![platforms](/assets/media/blog/blogposts/content/fossbloggposting/fossplatforms.jpg)
Through our collaboration platform, we can help SMEs and organisations to be [independent](https://ar.al/2019/03/04/small-technology/) of the big tech monopolies using Ghost or Write.as, as their main blog platform. Indeed, this service is not free, but we at Cloud68 have discounts for people from Medium who are looking for a new independent home, and free and open source initiatives. Together we can properly create a sleek online environment and a World Wide Web as it [supposed](https://www.engadget.com/2019/03/12/world-wide-web-30-birthday-tim-berners-lee/) to be — free and not centralised. Ghost and Write.as have given us a good example, now it's our turn to help you and your organisation to get self-hosted and open source blog platform.
Through our collaboration platform, we can help SMEs and organisations to be [independent](https://ar.al/2019/03/04/small-technology/) of the big tech monopolies using Ghost or Write.as, as their main blog platform. Indeed, this service is not free, but we at Cloud68.co have discounts for people from Medium who are looking for a new independent home, and free and open source initiatives. Together we can properly create a sleek online environment and a World Wide Web as it [supposed](https://www.engadget.com/2019/03/12/world-wide-web-30-birthday-tim-berners-lee/) to be — free and not centralised. Ghost and Write.as have given us a good example, now it's our turn to help you and your organisation to get self-hosted and open source blog platform.
<br />
{: .text-center}
......
......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ I have been talking with our team about the fact that since September 2019, the
# ProtonMail Partnership
Following numerous requests to offer a good, ethical and safe email provider we are quite happy to announce our collaboration with [ProtonMail](/protonmail), the world‘s largest encrypted email provider, with over 20 million users. It is empowered by open-source tech and it serves as the email provider of choice for many security-conscious enterprises, including: Healthcare specialists, Non-profit organizations, Professional services firms and Governmental bodies.<br>
Through this partnership both ProtonMail and Cloud68 will collaboratively continue their work promoting the use of encrypted email as an important way to preserve our right to privacy and keep our communications and business data secure. Read the [announcement here](https://cloud68.co/blog/announcements/announcing-partnership-with-protonmail)
Through this partnership both ProtonMail and Cloud68.co will collaboratively continue their work promoting the use of encrypted email as an important way to preserve our right to privacy and keep our communications and business data secure. Read the [announcement here](https://cloud68.co/blog/announcements/announcing-partnership-with-protonmail)
# Instances info updates
One of the most challenging tasks we have had so far has been defining the right pricing for each package. It is a complex process which requires a lot of calculation and also the need to be careful on providing a price that will be good enough for people to have an incentive to move from [Big Tech](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Tech). We tried our best to find the balance between the value we offer and also a good price which resulted in the publication of the packages for [BigBlueButton video chat](/instances/bigbluebutton), [Discourse](/instances/discourse), [Editoria as a Service](/instances/editoria), [Ghost blogging platform](/instances/ghost), [InvoiceNinja](/instances/invoiceninja), [Nextcloud](/instances/nextcloud) and [Zammad](/instances/zammad).
......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ One of the most challenging tasks we have had so far has been defining the right
We are a relatively new service provider, which for unknown reasons generates often questions on how we do what we do. To answer the questions we asked Boris, our infrastructure ninja team member with [quite questinable taste in music](https://youtu.be/AnMsK_PJYA4), to share a bit of his daily routine. And surprisingly he did, by sharing in a blog post details about his eforts to keep your open source digital infrastructure safe and scalable. Without further ado, [here it is](/blog/blogposts/behind-the-scenes).
# How-to series
Dejvid, a member of our support team and [the new kid on the block](https://youtu.be/iCrargw1rrM), jump-started our new series of 'how to' blog posts where we try to explain in simple words some of the technologies we use here at Cloud68. The first article is focused on explaining how [2 factor authentication works on Nextcloud using andOTP app](/blog/blogposts/2fanextcloud). This was an obvious choice following our understanding that 2FA is not the easiest process to explain to everyone using our services. [He also created a video and uploaded it on Peertube showing all the steps](https://peertube.linuxrocks.online/videos/watch/ebb32eb2-692d-4562-9c13-72deb1326bf3).
Dejvid, a member of our support team and [the new kid on the block](https://youtu.be/iCrargw1rrM), jump-started our new series of 'how to' blog posts where we try to explain in simple words some of the technologies we use here at Cloud68.co. The first article is focused on explaining how [2 factor authentication works on Nextcloud using andOTP app](/blog/blogposts/2fanextcloud). This was an obvious choice following our understanding that 2FA is not the easiest process to explain to everyone using our services. [He also created a video and uploaded it on Peertube showing all the steps](https://peertube.linuxrocks.online/videos/watch/ebb32eb2-692d-4562-9c13-72deb1326bf3).
# Updated Terms of Service
ToS are usually boring texts that nobody reads correct? Not really, at least in our case where the majority of the individuals, companies and institutions that use our services care a lot about their data. This rightfully puts us in a position where we need to review the document from time to time to reflect in the most transparent way how our team operates in terms of managing the data of our partners. With that being said, we carefully reviewed of our ToS and [you can find the update here](/legal/terms-of-service)
......
......@@ -5,4 +5,4 @@ photo: techfreedom.png
# * Photo should be in /assets/media/principles/
---
At Cloud68 we work hard on making sure YOU are in control of YOUR data. More power to you, more freedom from the big tech.
At Cloud68.co we work hard on making sure YOU are in control of YOUR data. More power to you, more freedom from the big tech.
Markdown is supported
0% or .
You are about to add 0 people to the discussion. Proceed with caution.
Finish editing this message first!
Please register or to comment