“We had to close our forums previously due to the large amounts of spam posts,” said Doug Hitchcock of Georgia SoftWorks. “We were getting hundreds of spam posts every day. We have figured out the spam solution and are ready to use our forums as another outlet of technical support.”
The GSW Forums have also been re-designed since they were last opened to the public.
“In addition to the spam problem, the forums from several years ago were in need of a design update. The new design is more aesthetically pleasing and will be easier to navigate,” said Hitchcock.
The forums will provide a community of help to users who have questions. The GSW Support Team will frequent the boards to offer support. GSW announcements can also be seen on the Forum page.
To celebrate their forum relaunch, everyone who registers for the GSW forum before May 15, 2014 will be entered in a drawing to win a GSW Multi-tool.
Georgia SoftWorks is a software development company located in Dawsonville, GA (USA). They are most known for the development of the GSW Telnet Server for Windows and SSH Server for Windows. The broad spectrum of industries that use the GSW software has led to their continually growing number of resellers and end users all over the world.
About Georgia SoftWorks:
Established in 1991, Georgia SoftWorks is a privately held software development company recognized for creating high performance data communications, system and telecommunications applications. Georgia SoftWorks has obtained a worldwide presence with its industrial SSH/Telnet Server for Microsoft Windows. GSW's long-term commitment to SSH/Telnet has led to the pioneering of major features such as Session Shadowing, Session Monitoring, Graceful Termination, Automatic Logon, Logon Scripting and more recently Team Services technology which allows mobile device users to transfer, swap, share and recover mobile device sessions. GSW has also provided the very first SSH Server to provide Digital Certificate Authentication with an Internet Information Server (IIS) like certificate-to-user account mapping. This includes ‘One-to-one’ and ‘Many-to-one’ mapping methods and also supports certificate trust lists (CTL).
Rebecca Sexton, Georgia Softworks, http://www.georgiasoftworks.com, +1 706-265-1018, [email protected]
SOURCE Georgia Softworks