04.02.2013

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Univention with seven partners and LibreOffice at CeBIT

Seven partners will be presenting integrated Open Source solutions based on UCS


In addition to the Document Foundation, which will be exhibiting LibreOffice, there will also be seven Univention partners on the Univention booth this year: the groupware manufacturer Zarafa, the IT service management experts c.a.p.e. IT, the Open Source service provider DECOIT, the Hamburg-based system house DIGITEC, the Braunschweig-based system house LINET Services, ownCloud as the provider of the file-sharing software of the same name for cloud scenarios and the Austrian experts in high availability and disaster recovery technologies LINBIT.

At the Zarafa demopoint visitors can test the groupware solution of the same name also available in the Univention App Center, which together with UCS represents an economic alternative to Microsoft‘s Small Business Server. The Chemnitz-based c.a.p.e IT will be launching a new version of the ITIL policy-compliant solution “KIXbox” for IT service management at CeBIT, which is also available in the App Center.

ownCloud will be demonstrating its solution for storing and synchronising files in the company and on the cloud at the Univention booth; the solution can also by installed via the Univention App Center. A recent addition to the Univention App Center is the high availability solution DRBD, which visitors can try out at the demopoint of the Austrian disaster recovery experts LINBIT.

Bremen-based DECOIT will be providing information on the VoIP solution in the Univention App Center “Asterisk” and additional Open Source business solutions. The system and development house DIGITEC will be showing interested visitors not only complete Open Source application stacks for business use, but also the customer management solution SugarCRM, which is also included in the App Center.

At the demopoint of the Braunschweig-based Linux system house LINET Services visitors can view Version 3 of the ERP package “kivitendo” and are given a first glimpse into its application on the UCS platform.