Nextcloud offers the industry-leading, on-premises content collaboration platform.
Our technology combines the convenience and ease of use of consumer-grade solutions like Dropbox and Google Drive with the security, privacy and control business needs.
Nextcloud is a counter model to the typical cloud offerings of large US providers such as Microsoft.
Putting IT back in control
As a vendor of on-premises solutions, Nextcloud puts the customer in control over their data in the most literal and direct sense. Your data is in your data center, on a server managed by you, rather than floating somewhere in the cloud.
Our products integrate powerful capabilities to control and monitor data exchange and communication, including our unique File Access Control and workflow features, extensive audit logs, fine-grained sharing controls and more.
Security is Nextcloud customers' greatest concerns and our prime advantage over competitors. Nextcloud features a host of unique, innovative security technologies from brute force protection to advanced server side and integrated end-to-end, client side encryption with enterprise-grade key handling and a wide range of security hardenings. Our security has been reviewed by trusted third parties and is backed by a USD 5000 Security Bug Bounty Program, providing the confidence that data meant to stay private will stay private.
At Nextcloud, we believe that an open, transparent development process and a clear focus on the needs of users and customers results in a better product.
By working in the open within and with the wider developer- and user community, development is sped up, quality improved and alignment with needs of users improved.
Our unique approach to support gives customers what no other vendor can offer: direct access to core Nextcloud engineering expertise without a layer of support people between the customer and the knowledge they need. Learn more on opensource.com.
See our enterprise page for more information about our Enterprise Support Subscriptions.
We develop software for decentralized and federated clouds as alternative to centralized cloud services.
Nextcloud was started by Frank Karlitschek and a dozen experienced open source entrepreneurs and engineers to empower users to take back control over their data and communication. We envisioned our company to develop the next generation open source Enterprise File Sync and Share and have been relentlessly pursuing that vision, raising the bar for self-hosted solutions.
Fully employee-funded and pursuing an organic-growth strategy, Nextcloud already turned profitable by the end of 2016 and had nearly tripled to 35 employees by the end of 2017. See our full team here.
By January 2018, after record growth in 2017, Nextcloud had become the most sought-after Enterprise File Sync and Share solution according to Google Trends and was widely recognized as leading the on-premises Enterprise File Sync and Share industry.
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