In August, OpenLDAP celebrated its 20th birthday while RedHat and SUSE announced the discontinuation of this open solution. But in contrast Univention have announced that they will continue to support and use OpenLDAP.
NoMachine has announced the release of a major update to its Android and iOS app. The latest version launches the new native mobile interface specifically for smaller displays effectively transforming mobile phones into more powerful computing machines by allowing them to remotely connect to any NoMachine-enabled Mac, Windows, Linux and Raspberry server to stream multi-media files, view and edit documents, provide remote support to friends, transfer files and more.
Certificates ensure secure communication on the internet but are often expensive. With Let’s Encrypt, a project founded in 2014, there is a way to automatically create certificates free of charge.
The well-known project management solution OpenProject is now available in a new version. The application offers a powerful feature set for both traditional as well as agile project management and empowers project teams to efficiently plan, steer and communicate within projects.
Kopano has announced that they will integrate LibreOffice online into the Kopano collaboration software suite.
The travel agency with eighty employees in eight offices had worked for a dozen years with an outdated IT environment. It was mainly based on Windows workstations and a Small Business Server 2003 with Exchange in the back end. Due to increasing maintenance needs, security issues, and downtimes, the management finally decided to switch.
Browser-based access extended to all enterprise products & new Cloud Server family will allow organizations to build a highly scalable & reliable desktop infrastructure
NoMachine has announced the introduction of WebRTC support in its Cloud Server product, thus enabling video and audio streaming when connecting to NoMachine desktops using a WebRTC-enabled browser.