ownCloud Webinar: Learn which ownCloud version works best for your needs
LEXINGTON, Mass., September 17, 2014 — Having difficulty deciding which ownCloud version is right for your business? Join ownCloud, Inc., the company behind the world’s most popular open source file sync and share software, for the upcoming webinar “ownCloud Community and Enterprise: How to Decide.”
Every day businesses ask us which ownCloud version is best for them. ownCloud offers two versions of its product, the free ownCloud Community Edition, created by ownCloud’s community of developers, and ownCloud Enterpise Edition, a subscription-based offering designed specifically for businesses needing to protect their sensitive files.
ownCloud Community gives enthusiasts and technical users a free, secure and innovative way to sync and share data from the storage of their choice.
ownCloud Enterprise Edition extends the open source core technology with value-added features, certified product distributions, documentation and enterprise platform support.
With more than 1.6 million users worldwide, ownCloud offers ease-of-use, flexibility, sophistication, privacy and security unmatched by consumer-grade applications. ownCloud installs easily on a web server, enabling anyone to host their own file sync and share software, using their own storage (and/or cloud storage if they choose), instead of relying on third parties with files stored outside of their control.
Join Matt Richards, VP of Products and Jos Poorvliet, community manager of the ownCloud project as they discuss each version to help you determine which is right for you. Sign up for this interactive webinar to be held on Tuesday, September 30th at 11:00 am EDT.
About ownCloud Inc.
Based on the popular ownCloud open source file sync and share community project, ownCloud Inc. was founded in 2011 to give corporate IT greater control of their data and files — combining greater flexibility, openness and extensibility. Company headquarters are in Lexington, MA, with European headquarters in Nuremberg, Germany. For more information, visit: http://www.owncloud.com.