Collabora Online and UCS as alternative for proprietary office suite services

Collaborative work regardless of time and place has long been part of everyday life for many employees. Not least because of this, large cloud-based office applications such as Microsoft 365 or Google Docs are very popular. The major disadvantage of using these services, however, is the loss of control over the your own data.

Healthcare IT Infrastructure: Requirements and key elements

In the healthcare sector, highly sensitive data is handled every day and must be protected against unauthorized access. A modern IT infrastructure with relevant key elements increases trust and security for patients. Kevin Dominik Korte, President of Univention North America, reports on the requirements of such an IT infrastructure on the renowned US magazine Forbes.

In his article, Kevin Korte highlights five key elements that can help to make an IT infrastructure scalable, secure, and user-friendly.

The full article is available on forbes.com.

Univention Summit 2019: Open Source meets Digital Education

Univention invites users, IT experts and technology manufacturers to the 11th Univention Summit in Bremen. Under the motto “Use your Identities”, more than 350 guests will come together on 31 January and 1 February 2019 to converse on the secure use of digital identities and the associated data as well as on the digitisation of education. In addition, numerous IT managers from companies and the education sector will speak about the successful use of open source software in their respective organisations.

MAC&EGG Introduces Apple macOS Alternative: Univention Corporate Server

Apple has removed many functions from the current macOS Server version 5.7.1. Calendar Server, DNS, DHCP, VPN Server and other functions are no longer included in the new version. Apple provides alternatives, but these are often not comprehensive enough to allow small to medium-sized businesses to work comfortably with them. What is missing is a uniform interface that can be used, as before, to execute the entire configuration.