Season’s Greetings from Mikogo!
Dear Mikogo Users,
We would like to thank you for your custom and support this past year, we have had a terrific year with many exciting developments, and we hope that you have benefited from our continued focus on customer satisfaction, product development and delivering the best product possible. We look forward to continuing this trend of innovation through 2013.
On Sunday, December 16th, we will be conducting scheduled maintenance of Mikogo’s database-system between 17:00 and 18:00 (UTC +1). As a result our systems will be unavailable for approximately 30 minutes during this time. During the downtime period, users will not be able to start or join Mikogo sessions. However sessions that have already been started before the downtime begins should continue to run and be unaffected.
We would like to apologize in advance for any inconvenience caused by this necessary maintenance. While we never like to have interruptions to our service, we hope you can understand that when it comes to software and SaaS the occasional update is necessary, and that this will ensure that the Mikogo service runs as smoothly as possible.
Thank you for your understanding.
Mikogo is pleased to announce that we recently received the highly regarded ISO 9001:2008 certification in recognition of our commendable quality management practices. Mikogo has been given the certification in accordance with the standards of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), a standard-setting body made up of representatives from national standards organizations around the globe. The ISO “gives state of the art specifications for products, services and good practice, helping to make industry more efficient and effective.”
We’ve received many job applications over the years at Mikogo and while we appreciate every single one of them, some are far below par. We recently posted one example of such a poorly executed application on our Facebook wall to share what not to do. In fact, we’re often surprised how many mistakes some people make, how little research they do about the company, its products and the job offer, and how little love they put into their resumes and cover letters. All of these mistakes can be spotted very easily which is a shame because after all, you’ll be working many hours every day for that company and you’ll probably do it for several years. So why not invest a little more time into finding and applying for that job which you really want? If you’re currently looking to apply for a new job, take a minute to browse the following list of do’s and don’ts.