We’re happy to announce a strategic partnership between DASEQ and Nextcloud, with DASEQ delivering Nextcloud in the framework of their extensive offering of open source technology, services and training as well as security solutions. See our press release and the DASEQ press release here in German.
“We’re proud to partner with the experts from DASEQ in bringing data control back to customers. In these times of constant threats of corporate espionage, ransomware combined with increasing compliance requirements and issues, knowing where your data is has become a key requirement,” said Frank Karlitschek, Managing Director at Nextcloud. “There are also significant opportunities to monetize data directly or through improving processes and services giving rise to competitive advantages so more and more businesses search for self hosted solutions for business-critical data. With over 20 years experience in the Open Source business market, DASEQ is well positioned to assist customers in complicated deployments with high security and scalability requirements.”
“We’re excited about the partnership with Nextcloud. With a future proof business model and a large development team, Nextcloud is well positioned to deliver business customers a long-term solution with in-depth support.” Joachim Kunze (Manager Sales & Services at DASEQ) noted. “Nextcloud strategically fits in our portfolio. Nextcloud is quick and easy to deploy and integrate in infrastructures, irrespective of the size or environment of an enterprise. It offers our customers a scalable and secure data storage integrated with modern collaboration capabilities and mobile functionality which transcends the borders of organization.”
DASEQ is a specialized provider of open source technologies, training and services, as well as security solutions. To ensure the efficient use of complex IT technologies, DASEQ supports national and international clients through the whole project period up to the maintenance of the solution in their customers’ IT environment and staff training. Their projects track record both in the Open Source and security area as well as the fine tuning of well-chosen components reduces the risks and expenditures for the implementation of their customers’ solutions.
Being one of the leading Red Hat training partners, DASEQ provides Red Hat Training courses, which are among the world-wide most highly regarded in the fields of Linux and open source. With many years of experience in delivering complex training programs DASEQ is passionate about helping organisations to get the maximum profit from their software investment.
For more information please visit their website or follow @Daseq on twitter.
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