Monitoring with NOCTUA® Athene for UCS 4.2 now in the Univention App Center

We are pleased to present the monitoring solution NOCTUA® Athene as a Docker-based app in the Univention App Center for UCS 4.2. NOCTUA® Athene is a flexibly configurable solution for the detection of failures on any number of systems, hardware and software. By using predefined protocols (e.g. SNMP, WMI, SSH, Ping, or SQL) as well as […]

Kaspersky Security for Linux Mail Server 8.1 in the Univention App Center

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The Kaspersky Security for Linux Mailserver app was developed by bitbone AG in cooperation with Univention and Kaspersky Lab support. The proven security product from Kaspersky is thus also available for the widely used Univention Corporate Server. Thanks to the adaptations, it can be easily installed and deployed via the App Center.

OX App Suite – the whole office online

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The groupware solution OX App Suite, available in the Univention App Center, is aimed at companies, educational institutions and public administrations looking for a modern and future-proof communication solution. OX App Suite is a modular communication and collaboration platform. It is based on open standards and can be used in combination with Univention Corporate Server […]

Nextcloud for Private Clouds New in the App Center

Last week, at the didacta conference in Stuttgart, we announced that you can now install Nextcloud from the Univention App Center. Many users have been asking us about this as the need for a private cloud technology is big and Nextcloud offers the most security-focused and reliable solution in the market.

How to Install Open Source SuiteCRM and Empower Sales

The core sales tool for every business in our increasingly data-centric world is customer relationship management (CRM). Your sales benefits greatly from CRM by collecting the best data of your leads. Likewise, marketing and general business planning also profit a lot from having the right information about customers and potentials. Using easy, web-based CRM tools, […]

OX in a Box: A Self-Contained Open-Xchange Environment for Containers and Virtual Machines

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Container technologies like Docker make it possible for service providers to easily offer separated, private environments containing Open-Xchange and other services at a low footprint. But usually management of these services is a challenge. Univention provides a complete open environment to run and manage Open-Xchange inside Docker and popular hypervisors. This includes life-cycle, patch and […]

Cool Solutions – Redmine: project management

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What are Cool Solutions? At Univention we define Cool Solutions as solutions which expand UCSs with expedient and useful functions and which are deployed successfully by our customers. We regularly present these solutions in Wiki as Cool Solutions articles. The Univention blog is a collection of the most popular Cool Solutions. Today, we will be […]

UCC 3.0 Now Verified as Citrix Ready

A new major version of Univention Corporate Client (UCC), Version 3.0, was released in mid-August. Due to a problem with Citrix Receiver, however, Citrix was not fully supported in that version. Thanks to an update, it has now proved possible to resolve the issue, and complete Citrix support with UCS is now guaranteed once again. […]

Integrate Cloud Service Google Apps for Work in UCS

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Browser-supported Office solutions such as Office 365 or Google Apps for Work (now G Suite) make mobile working much easier and reduce administrative efforts, because they are not anymore installed on the computer but run in the cloud. Administrators don’t need to maintain license lists anymore, nor do regular software updates, and incompatibility issues are […]

“Kopano to go, please!”

…or: How do I set up my own mail and communication server in just 30 minutes? That’s the question I asked myself when my daughter got her first smartphone and asked for an e-mail address. I needed something which was easy to use (I’m no Linux whiz) and compatible with both the web and smartphones, […]