Installatron Integrates Geeklog Blog Management
Carlisle PA, 23 May 2013
Installatron today announced the availability of the Geeklog blog management application.
Installatron, a leading provider of web application automation, today announced the availability of Geeklog, a popular blog management application. This new update from Installatron empowers hosting providers with the ability to offer a secure and fully automated one-click platform for delivering Geeklog and Geeklog upgrades to their customers.
Geeklog is an open source blog management application. "Geeklog is a CMS, or a blog engine with support for comments, trackbacks, multiple syndication formats, spam protection" states Geeklog. "All vital features of such a system are included." Geeklog was initially released in 2000.
Founded in 2004, Installatron enables web hosting service providers worldwide to empower their customers with reliable web application automation. Installatron Plugin enables web application automation for popular web hosting control panel systems, including cPanel/WHM, cPanel Enkompass, DirectAdmin, InterWorx, Kloxo/LxAdmin, Plesk Linux/Unix, and Plesk Windows; Installatron Server is a standalone solution that enables web application for proprietary web hosting systems; and Installatron Remote enables web application automation for website owners directly through the Installatron.com website.
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For more information about Geeklog, please visit: http://www.installatron.com/geeklog and http://geeklog.net
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