ownCloud Infinite Scale is built on a microservices architecture which brings, among other aspects, structural security improvements. Our security engineer David Christofas explains the different security aspects our engineering team focused on in developing ownCloud Infinite Scale.
Improvements for ownCloud Server now also available for Appliance deployments.
The all-new ownCloud platform, built on microservices and the Go programming language, is now officially available as a tech preview for evaluation and feedback.
Our Head of Marketing replaces Evernote with open-source solution Joplin in her quest to become digitally sovereign. In this blog post, Franka Ellen Wittek explains how you can set up Joplin and sync your notes via ownCloud in a few easy steps.
In this short tutorial, we’ll show you how to get ownCloud up and running quickly using Docker on macOS, Windows, and 64-bit Linux.
We ask you to test the all-new ownCloud Infinite Scale to see its speed and scale for yourself. But what would you do if you find an error? When using open source software, you get to co-create even if you are not into programming. In this blog post we’ll show you how you too can report an issue on GitHub.
Over a timespan of two years and with a growing developer force, we built it: ownCloud Infinite Scale 1.0.0 Tech Preview! The new easy, scalable and secure file platform written in Go.
With the release of the ownCloud Infinite Scale 1.0.0 Tech Preview, we also welcome our new Chief Technology Officer Klaas Freitag.
Want to try out ownCloud Infinite Scale Tech Preview? It is easy, we’ll show you how to install ownCloud Infinite Scale.
The upcoming ownCloud Infinite Scale, completely rewritten from scratch in Go, comes with an all-new web frontend to match its speed, scale and modularity – ownCloud Web. It’s available for ownCloud 10.6, too.
The new ownCloud Server 10.6 is here and brings a number of federation improvements, the new ownCloud Web frontend and a bridge mode with the upcoming ownCloud Infinite Scale.
Please update immediately: There is a problem potentially leading to data loss when using the Virtual File System in the ownCloud Desktop Client for Microsoft Windows 10 in the versions up to 2.7.2. The ownCloud Desktop Client version 2.7.3 fixes this problem.
Ever more companies turn to using open standards and ditch proprietary software for open-source equivalents, and with good reasons.