PHP has long been the tool of choice for ownCloud. But the scripting language no longer meets ownCloud’s requirements for developing a modern content collaboration application. Time for a change and a switch to the programming language Go.
In August, we had a lot of cool new things to present at ownCloud: Our partnership with NAS industry leader QNAP, our all-new website, a new major server release and a new iOS App release full of new functionality. And the Privacy Shield ruling from mid-July still reverberates across boardrooms and newsrooms.
To make iOS app version numbers unambiguous, ownCloud takes a numerical giant leap.
At ownCloud, we strive to give you a straightforward, secure and efficient work experience. With the new version 11.4 of the ownCloud iOS app, we bring a host of improvements and new tricks for more efficiency and ease-of-use. And a long awaited upgrade for our branding customers.
Help us find flaws fast: Learn which testing options we provide and join the ownCloud beta and testing program!
Proudly presenting the new ownCloud website, for unified and straightforward access to ownCloud for community and enterprise users.
In the August issue of ownCloud monthly, we talk about changes to transatlantic data transfers after the ruling against Privacy Shield, new features and how new rules could bring Digital Sovereignty to European cloud users.
Improved scanning for updates in Federated Shares makes working across organizations more straightforward and saves time on coordination.
File locking allows you to exclusively work on files for a period of time, preventing users from accidentally interfere with others’ work.
ownCloud server now comes in just two handy packages, a minimalist one with just the required components and a complete one containing all supported apps.
This is the sixth post in a series meant to get you up to speed. You’ll learn how to create public upload folders for outside contacts to save files and folders to.
Combining QNAP‘s industry-leading NAS devices with ownCloud’s leading open-source Content Collaboration Software