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ownCloud X Offers X-tended Security

With the highly-anticipated release of ownCloud X, we are excited to announce that the latest update will offer extended security features/functionalities. The launch of ownCloud X follows the vision of secure file sharing for enterprises and extends it with important improvements and fresh security features. The new File Integrity Checking verifies the integrity of up- […]

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With the highly-anticipated release of ownCloud X, we are excited to announce that the latest update will offer extended security features/functionalities.

The launch of ownCloud X follows the vision of secure file sharing for enterprises and extends it with important improvements and fresh security features. The new File Integrity Checking verifies the integrity of up- and downloaded files while the new split between the owncloud.log and audit.log helps to improve overall data security. Furthermore, it is now possible for admins to directly disable and enable users via a checkbox in the user management panel and to disable the “local” storage type to prevent possible data leakage. Paired with months of software hardening, countless bugfixes and existing features like SSO, File Firewall, Encryption at rest and Logging & Auditing, the release of ownCloud X sets a new benchmark when it comes to secure enterprise file sync and share and enables companies to fulfill compliance and follow data security regulations.

Be sure to join us at our launch event and party on May 23rd in Cologne as well as our webinar What’s New in ownCloud X on the 22nd.

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May 1, 2017

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