Following the release of the Collabora Online Developer Edition 2.0 last month, Collabora Productivity today announced the availability of Collabora Online 2.0 for enterprise customers. This release introduces fully collaborative editing as well as a number of other fixes and improvements.
Nextcloud customers can purchase Collabora Online support for their deployments, providing them with a long term supported solution with frequent security updates for collaborative editing with excellent support for the most popular office file formats including text documents (odt, docx, doc,…), spreadsheets (ods, xlsx, xls, …) and presentations (odp, pptx, ppt, …). Prospective customers can request an offer while existing customers interested in this functionality can contact our sales or support team.
Today, US-based file sync & share vendor Kiteworks announced their acquisition of ownCloud and Dracoon. Kiteworks points out that their customers now have access to their file-sharing application. It is to be expected they will not maintain 3 similar products, but customers will have to migrate to the US firms’ platform or look for another […]
As part of Schleswig-Holstein's state digitization strategy, the state chancellery has announced they will work with Nextcloud to develop AI for working with government documents. This comes just after we announced the first private AI assistant last weekend with Hub 6. The German state already uses Nextcloud and their AI strategy aligns with our work on ethical, local AI technologies.
Over the last year, AI has become a popular topic. Some is hype, some is substance. Some is good, some is bad. We want to give you the good, not the bad, and ignore the hype! AI has a ton of opportunity – but also risk. So we put you in control – off by […]
The serious security flaws in ownCloud (now owned by Kiteworks) do NOT affect Nextcloud. We have strict security processes in place, and do not ship test data from libraries that can cause security breaches.