Aplus.Net, a leading web hosting company and Internet solutions provider, has announced dramatic improvements to its File Manager system, used by customers to manage their web hosting accounts, it was announced today. The improvements are already in place and are effective immediately.
The improved File Manager is configured to be much faster and intuitive than before. An easy-to-use interface similar to Windows Explorer lets customers cut, copy, and make other changes in an easy and straightforward way. The new system also boasts a multiple upload feature that’s compatible with directories and files, saving customers the time of uploading files one-by-one. And now, customers have the ability to utilize “embedded editing” for text files, giving them a greater measure of control over the documents and files in their accounts.
This upgraded service comes at a time when Aplus.Net is also undergoing internal change — the company has recently changed ownership and its corporate headquarters is moving from San Diego to Overland Park, Kansas this month.
“We’ve announced some big changes lately, but we offer this new file management system as the real sign of this company’s future,” said Gabriel Murphy, Aplus.Net’s Chief Executive Officer. “We’re confidently telling our customers that, despite internal reorganization, they can fully expect the same innovations, improvements and quality of service from Aplus.Net in the years to come that they’ve come to expect from us in the past.”
Aplus.Net’s new and improved File Manager is available on all Windows and UNIX hosting plans except the “Solo” and “Primo” budget plans. Visit aplus.net online for more details.
A recognized industry leader since the Internet's commercial start in 1995, Aplus.Net specializes in helping small businesses build an online customer base with a comprehensive range of services that includes web hosting and design, dedicated servers, online marketing, e-commerce, domain name registration, and much more. Aplus.Net has been awarded many honors for excellence, including the prestigious CNET Editors' Choice Award, and has been featured in top U.S. business publications such as Forbes, Entrepreneur, Black Enterprise, and PC Magazine.