The partnership between cidaas and ownCloud means companies can now swiftly set up file collaboration clouds that rely on software made in Germany, completely independent of US providers.
Spending by the German federal government on Microsoft products is still rising fast. If Germany is serious about digital sovereignty, it should set an example.
ownCloud grows by more than 50 percent in 2020, driven by the switch to remote work, the need to safeguard sensitive data and increased awareness for digital privacy.
ownCloud develops and provides open-source software for content collaboration, allowing teams to easily share and work on files seamlessly regardless of device or location. More than 100 million users worldwide already use ownCloud as an alternative to public clouds – and thereby opt for more digital sovereignty, security and data protection.
Recent, selected articles.
Open standards in software development
December 2020 | Text in German
Open standards are the key to efficient competition
"Ohne Schild und ohne Plan"
July 24, 2020 | Text in German
What the end of Privacy Shield means for companies
Procurement in IT projects
November 2020 | Text in German
Digital procurement process needs to be reconsidered
July 17, 2020 | Text in German
Data protection agreement Privacy Shield fails at EU Court of Justice
ownCloud on Raspberry Pi
October 30, 2020 | Text in German
Set up your own private file cloud on a Raspberry Pi with ownCloud
"Teamarbeit intelligent umsetzen"
June 05, 2020 | Text in German
Collaboration solutions not only change the way we work, but also corporate culture
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