Univention Corporate Server V4.1 delivers new features for an even more secure and convenient enterprise Linux experience. For example, the Univention App Center now supports apps which use the container technology Docker. Also new is the integrated global single sign-on mechanism which can be rendered even more secure via the use of two-factor authentication. Other highlights include self-service mechanisms whereby users can reset their passwords autonomously.
The latest Univention Corporate Server release provides various security updates and bug fixes and now uses Dovecot as the default mail server and adds the facility to define LDAP filters for policies.
In this webcast, Univention will presenting UCS with its management system and the Univention App Center and the IT asset management solution Mandriva Pulse and it’s special features.
The Univention App Center now features Mandriva Pulse 2.0, the IT asset management solution by the French software supplier Mandriva which manages servers and clients in “all” environments (Windows, Mac OS X, Unix and Linux).
Univention has established a new blog to keep customers regularly informed about their thoughts and ideas.