With lock down back in force in many places, virtual events are gearing up. Nextcloud participates in a number of events the coming weeks, and we wanted to give you a quick overview!
CS3 – January 25-29
First, today already, CS3 is kicking off. CS3, the yearly “Workshop on Cloud Services for Synchronisation and Sharing” is an event run by some major European research organizations to discuss their file sync & share technology usage. A number of sessions covers Nextcloud:
Frank Karlitschek (Nextcloud): Nextcloud – State of the nation
Anders Bruvik, Gabriel Paues (SafeSpring): Introducing an open source Sync and Share solution in Sweden
Sascha Wiswedel (Nextcloud): Open Heart Surgery with 60 Terabytes of Data: Migrating 40.000 users from PowerFolder to Nextcloud
Sander Apweiler, Dr Andreas Klotz (Helmholtz Berlin), Matthias Leander-Knoll (KIT): HIFIS: Sync&Share Federation for Helmholtz
Olivier Paroz (Nextcloud): The benefits of using Nextcloud Talk
Björn Schießle (Nextcloud): OCM – from the initial design to a core component of Nextcloud Hub
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 […]
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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.