JotSpotters say: "We’re Googlers now"
We’re Googlers now
— Ken Norton @ 6:00 am
We’ve always had a hard time keeping secrets, and it’s been really tough to keep this one - Google has acquired JotSpot. Yep, that’s right - we’re all Googlers now, and we couldn’t be more excited.
But let’s talk about you, our users and customers. Even though we’re now part of Google, you’re still our first priority. That means you’ll continue to have uninterrupted access to your JotSpot products. Our first area of focus at Google is the transition to their storied systems and datacenters. In order to ensure that the transition goes smoothly and without inconvenience, we’ve closed off new customer registrations so we can take care of you. Our support team also continues to be available if you have problems or questions.
So why is this such a big deal? As you can imagine, being a small company brings challenges as well as advantages. At Google we’ll be able to plug into the resources that only a company of Google’s scale can offer, such as access to world-class datacenters, helping us to ensure better performance and scalability. And access to people - Google has thousands of the smartest engineers and product people for us to tap into. Google is a hotbed of innovation and creativity, and we’re thrilled to be a part of it.
We can’t share all of our plans with you just yet, but let’s just say the future looks bright, and we’re glad you’ll be a part of it. We want to offer our sincere thanks to all of you – our customers and users – for putting us on the path to success. Your suggestions, feedback, kudos, and (yes) complaints have made us what we are today. We can’t wait to continue the relationship at Google.
— The JotSpot Team
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