Friday, 4 April 2014
After three years of development Thexyz is retiring the cloud backup software in favor of an open source platform called OwnCloud. This allows us to offer our users with more features and apps developed by a dedicated community. You can take a look at the additional apps supported here.
We will continue to offer a managed cloud backup hosting service, the only difference will be that the software will not be developed in-house.
If you are currently using Thexyz Cloud legacy software your application will simply stop backing up files. You are advised to contact support for a free upgrade on one of our new servers or if you no longer have a subscription, you can order a new one here. This ensures maximum compatibility, adds many new features and gives our small team more time to work on what we do best which is supporting our email users.
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