Review: ownCloud 6 Addresses Cloud Security FUD

Posted by ownCloud GmbH – 4. June 2014

Did you see the latest ownCloud review?

Says Frank Ohlhorst of Enterprise Networking Planet: “All things considered, the latest iteration of ownCloud delivers a feature set that should be the envy of any cloud-based file sharing and collaboration service, while providing enterprises with the security features and absolute control over access needed today.”

Wow – boy do we agree!

What we really tried to do with ownCloud 6 was to give end users all the power, flexibility and ease-of-use as Cloud services and corporate IT all the control, management and reporting capabilities they need to protect sensitive corporate data.

Says Ohlhorst:
“The company has just released a significant upgrade to its ownCloud Enterprise Edition platform, now called ownCloud 6 Enterprise Edition, a software solution that offers cloud-like file sync and share services, all without the need for external cloud service providers or the cloud security risks they pose.”

“OwnCloud 6 Enterprise Edition is a software/hardware package that administrators can deploy on their own internal infrastructure for full control over a cloud technology-based file synchronization and sharing solution.”

“What’s more, ownCloud 6 incorporates a file firewall, SAML/Shibboleth authentication, full logging (for auditing), and support for a number of SQL databases. Those elements help extend ownCloud beyond the corporate DMZ and offer cloud-based file sync and share services to external or mobile users, in effect allowing those hosting an internal ownCloud solution to transform that solution into a true cloud services offering..”

So check out the review, then come in and check out ownCloud Enterprise 6.

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