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Watch me at LinuxCon – even if you can’t make it

Well, actually CloudOpen – co-located with LinuxCon. I’ll be speaking at 11:20PT on Thursday, August 30th on ownCloud — The advantages of storing data in the cloud are many: ubiquitous access to data from multiple devices, social interaction and sharing with others on the web and no extra software to install. ownCloud is the first […]

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Well, actually CloudOpen – co-located with LinuxCon. I’ll be speaking at 11:20PT on Thursday, August 30th on ownCloud — The advantages of storing data in the cloud are many: ubiquitous access to data from multiple devices, social interaction and sharing with others on the web and no extra software to install.
ownCloud is the first and most ubiquitous OSS solution to run on the server or computer of the user or on an internal company server — giving the user the benefits of cloud computing and control of the data. ownCloud integrates with desktop applications so that the users has cloud features combined with the security and the good cost structure of in house file servers.
ownCloud is a very active open source project which was founded in 2010 and has seen enormous growth since then.  The main features are syncing and sharing of file, encryption, calendar and contacts syncing, media player, photo gallery and more.

And if you can’t make it, sign up for the free live video streaming!

Update2:
We found out that the live streaming and video was made available for the keynotes only. Sorry for that. In any case, we like to see you at one of the next events we do attend: Event Calendar

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August 28, 2012

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