Case redesign: We want your Monolit unit to look nice in your office. Small, quiet, with a beautiful white lacquer finish. So we designed a new case. Today, the first unit came back from the line. And it looks great! Let us know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be save on the road: With your Monolit at your office, all your confidential data is kept safe for you. But what if you need to work out of an airport, coffee shop, or hotel? You connect through a public WiFi. Not only will some data be blasted out to the world without encryption, but many details about your web browsing are open, too. Introducing the VPN companion. It opens a secure VPN channel back to your Monolit, no matter where you are. No special software needed on your laptop. Connect your phone, too. Batteries included.
Our operation moves from Zurich, Switzerland, to the New York City area. The need for data privacy solutions are growing in the small business world, and we want to help.
We decided to make a few changes in our structure. Moving stuff around and expanding our team. Hang on, we will be right back.
We are getting ready for Beta testing. And we want you to be a part of it! Be the first to own the new Monolit Private Cloud. Help us make it even better. Your feedback will be crucial for moving Monolit to the next user friendly level.
Heads up Microsoft Outlook users! Monolit will soon be a painless drop-in replacement for your Exchange Server. Yes, that’s right, you can use Outlook just as you love it and don't need to run any additional Windows server. Monolit replaced the Exchange server without your Outlook even knowing. Extra benefit: Set up all Monolit Private Cloud services in one single step, no need for individual setup of calendar, inbox and contacts.
Today, we finalized the Monolit Alpha stage for testing. What an exciting step! Alpha testers work on the quad-core low-power embedded platform with a single 1TB user data disk. This is the aluminum Alpha box with lots of empty headroom we thought would need cooling. It turns out it was not even necessary so it can still reduce in height.