Learn how to extend ownCloud capabilities with ownCloud project founder and community manager Frank Karlitschek
Lexington, MA – June 5, 2013 – In the fifth of a series of informational webinars ownCloud Inc., the company behind the world’s most popular open source file sync and share software, announced: Create your own ownCloud app with project founder, community manager Frank Karlitschek.
Join ownCloud founder and community manager Frank Karlitschek – who is also ownCloud, Inc. CTO — to learn how easy it is to extend ownCloud by writing an own ownCloud app. Create email interfaces, integration with your key systems, even replace current proprietary tools.
ownCloud is fully on-premise file sync and share software that integrates into existing user directories, governance processes, security, monitoring, storage and back-up tools — becoming part of the existing infrastructure. And because ownCloud is open source and open by nature, plug-in apps extend ownCloud out of the box, enabling file versioning, file sharing, external file system mounts and much more. If additional applications or capabilities are needed, enterprises can easily extend ownCloud via an enhanced application plug-in architecture, and add it to their ownCloud server. With more than 850,000 users worldwide, ownCloud offers the ease-of-use, flexibility, sophistication and security not available from basic syncing apps and third-party storage.
What: Create your own ownCloud app with project founder and CTO Frank Karlitschek
Where: Register here.
Date and time: Tuesday, June 11, 2013 12:00 pm, Eastern Daylight Time
Who: Frank Karlitschek ownCloud Founder and Community Manager
Duration: 1 hour
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 — combining greater flexibility, openness and extensibility with on premise servers and storage. Company headquarters are in Boston, with European headquarters in Nuremberg, Germany. For more information, visit: http://www.owncloud.com.