Ikoula CEO and his faithful companion in travel business in China

ikoula photo cloud As you may have seen on our news Twitter, Ikoula CEO Jules-Henri Gavetti and his small companion travelled to China last week. The program was loaded.

During a visit to the Embassy of France in Beijing, our orange fish completely ended up in this joint setting, he asked to jump into a glass of water to feel at home in Boulogne-Billancourt.
Then an inspection of DataCenters at Huawei Technologies ICT Leader in Beijing.
After enjoying the warmth of DataCenters and very cordial exchanges with Chinese, Ikoula leaders was received on a red carpet at the European Business Centre of China optical Valley. He was accompanied by the founder of Siveo Guillaume Lassare, the manager associated with Optiva Capital Sube, founder of Structure Computation macho Raphael Bellec, Sales & marketing manager of Secure IC Charles Thooris.
French companies have been enchanted by this hospitality and benefited from this business trip to taste Chinese culinary much appreciated here in France, before a Mongolian pot. And for once, even fish Ikoula dared chopsticks:-)


Ikoula happy nominated UP to 2012 Cloud Computing Conference

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Parallels Plesk Panel - update security - Ikoula

Last February, we had contacted you about a significant fault of the Parallels Plesk Panel tool.
Various updates allowed to correct this flaw (callback: http://kb.parallels.com/fr/113321). However, certain Plesk have corrupted before and/or despite the application of patches. They still may contain malware.

This is why Parallels, editor of the solution, today released a micro-update to help you to remove this malware.
You can find the list of the versions of the Plesk panel concerned by this micro-update at http://kb.parallels.com/fr/115025.
This update includes a removal script that targets and neutralizes the known malware affecting Plesk. It is recommended that you apply this micro-update.


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