Author: Jos Poortvliet

Shadow Drive brings Nextcloud to their remote PC platform

Shadow, probably best known for their remote gaming PC platform which boasted 100.000 gamers in 2020, has extended its platform since being bought by OVHcloud founder Octave Klaba. A focus on productive desktop use and a business offering are part of Shadow’s ambition to serve its growing customer base wherever they are and whatever they […]

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Nextcloud Hub 24 is here

Nextcloud Hub 24 introduces user data migration, automatic file locking and dozens of other features.

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GDPR compliant collaboration coming to 750K students and teachers in Sweden

European researchers are up to date with modern cloud storage solutions, however struggle to find one that is safe, secure, and that meets compliance standards. Sunet, a Swedish company, found a solution to providing a GDPR compliant service through their provider Safespring. Today, we can introduce to you Sunet Drive: A managed storage solution installed […]

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Nextcloud 23.0.4 and 22.2.7 are out, plus test releases!

We have two fresh updates for you! As always, minor releases include stability and security improvements that are designed to be a safe and quick upgrade. We also published a second release candidate of Nextcloud 24 for the testers among you. What’s new? You can find the full changelog of fixes and improvements for 23.0.4 […]

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How Nextcloud brings Access Control Lists to the modern file sync and share world

While Nextcloud is often used in companies to replace aging ‘shared folder’ solutions like a Windows Network Drive, the sharing model modern Dropbox-like solutions use is very different. Rather than a single, fixed folder structure available to all users and tightly controlled by the IT administrators, users have their own view on their data and […]

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Update now: 23.0.2, 22.2.5 and 21.0.9

Nextcloud 23.0.2, 22.2.5 and 21.0.9 are out, bringing a series of bug fixes. Keen eyes might notice we skipped one release – we pulled them shortly after building when a new problem surfaced. This took a while to get fixed, causing a bit of a delay. But after a lot more testing, the releases are […]

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Privacy is progress! Tedx talk by privacy researcher Daphne Muller

Privacy researcher Daphne Muller gave a talk at TedxVenlo in the Netherlands about how we CAN have privacy – if we would make the right choices. Daphne works at Nextcloud, and as we all care about privacy, we’re very proud that she gave such an amazing and important talk. We hope it will educate many […]

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Swedish Government: Nextcloud premier digital collaboration platform

In a government rapport about options for digital collaboration platform technologies for the public sector, the Swedish government put Nextcloud front and center as the key solution in this space. Over the coming months, several large roll-outs are expected to begin. The report was put together by 8 Swedish government agencies, including the Swedish Civil […]

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Decentralize the cloud with fast deployment and easy backup

Today, with the release of Nextcloud Hub II, we also want to talk about something less technical. Nextcloud was founded to decentralize the cloud, to put users back in control over their data. According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Privacy is a human right! We at Nextcloud believe that everybody should have digital […]

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EU tech sector fights for a Level Playing Field with Microsoft

As reported by Spiegel (and coming in the print version), and Politico, Nextcloud has filed a complaint with the EU as well as the German anti-trust authorities over the behavior of Microsoft. We are supported in this by a coalition of European businesses and trade organizations. Microsoft is integrating “Microsoft 365” deeper and deeper into […]

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