The release of KeyHelp version 18.1 was a few days ago. In addition, we are releasing another update today to fix bugs from the previous version, but also to add more features to our administration interface.
A selection of new features in versions 18.1 and 18.1.1
- Ubuntu 18.04 Support (KH 18.1)
KeyHelp now supports the latest iteration of the Ubuntu operating system. As usual, we will provide a script for a smooth upgrade from Ubuntu 16.04 to 18.04 in the near future.
- MySQL/MariaDB Remote Access (KH 18.1)
It is now possible to open databases for access from other servers. When creating databases and database users, you can now specify the servers from which access is allowed.
- Anonymization of access IP addresses (KH 18.1)
KeyHelp can now support the administrator in implementing the new regulations of the DSGVO by ensuring anonymization of access IP addresses.
- User accounts may create create main domains (KH 18.1.1)
Administrators now have the option to give user accounts the privilege to create main domains on their own, thus saving administration effort.
Further changes and bug fixes can be found in our changelog.
Great news in the month of May
We were very proud last month, because KeyHelp was now officially awarded as an outstanding IT solution. In the context of the INNOVATIONSPREIS-IT 2018 proclaimed by the Initiative Mittelstand, KeyHelp was the ” State Winner Thuringia ” in the federal state category.
The INNOVATIONSPREIS-IT is awarded every year to the most innovative IT products and solutions from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. A neutral jury of experts evaluates the innovative value and suitability for medium-sized businesses.
A special thanks goes to the diligent community members in our forum, because through your feedback and your constructive support KeyHelp has become what it is today.
Thank you very much!
There was also a nice trophy.