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JumpBox Selected for Under the Radar Showcase of Emerging Startups

JumpBox, Inc. (, an innovative provider of virtual appliances that greatly simplify server software deployment, today announced that it has been selected to present at Under the Radar: The Business of Web Apps on March 20, 2008. Under the Radar is a prominent conference series that profiles early-stage innovation, showcasing emerging startups and identifying trends.

"Given their stringent selection criteria, we are thrilled to have been chosen," said Sean Tierney, JumpBox Co-founder and COO. "They look at hundreds of startups, searching for game-changers and innovators, so we couldn't be happier to be among the elite few that have been selected." Past presenters at Under the Radar include Flickr, GoFish, Photobucket, Writely and Zimbra.

JumpBox will be demonstrating the significant time savings that their platform provides by dramatically simplifying the deployment of Open Source server software. By enabling quick, easy and affordable installation of these applications, businesses no longer need to view the process as onerous, expensive, labor-intensive and time-consuming. The JumpBox Library includes over 20 virtual appliances in 14 categories such as blogging, content management, customer relationship management, discussion forums, ticket tracking and wikis Specific applications include: Alfresco, Bugzilla, Cacti, DokuWiki, Drupal, Joomla!, Mantis, MediaWiki, MoinMoin, OTRS, phpBB, TWiki, Trac/Subversion, vTiger CRM and WordPress among many others.

"This conference is featuring best-of-breed web apps that are changing the way business gets done, so we feel we're a perfect fit," adds Kimbro Staken, JumpBox Co-founder and CEO. "Whether you want a quick and easy way to evaluate Open Source server software or want to get powerful software running in less time for less money, JumpBoxes can have a significant impact on your business."

Published Sunday, March 02, 2008 10:21 AM by David Marshall
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