Central IT administration for the nine sites of the Federal Office for Radiation Protection

Samba 4 as a bridging technology between the Microsoft Windows and the Open Source worlds

With the integration of Samba 4, the infrastructure solution Univention Corporate Server makes it possible for us to fuse the proprietary Windows world efficiently with the free Linux world at the Federal Office for Radiation Protection. In this way, the federal office benefits from both worlds at the same time and its demands on high availability, stability, simple administration and georedundancy are completely satisfied according to its head of IT.

CeBIT 2013: Large Interest in MS Small Business Server Replacement

Test integrated enterprise solutions from Univention and Zarafa at the CeBIT

According to Univention, there is ongoing interest in the combination of the Univention Corporate Server and the Open Source groupware Zarafa as an alternative for Windows servers. Since December, the software producer already reports more than 6500 downloads of its infrastructure solution UCS, which is equipped with Active-Directory compatible services, mostly in Germany. Zarafa’s Open Source groupware and collaboration software, which can be compared to Microsoft Exchange, can be installed in UCS with just a few clicks. Visitors can get to know this combination on Univention’s CeBIT booth E16 in hall 6, on which Zarafa is also represented.

CeBIT 2013: Univention Corporate Client for desktops, notebooks and thin clients

Univention publishes new client system with central management

At CeBIT, Univention, a manufacturer of integrated infrastructure software products, will be exhibiting its new desktop product, Univention Corporate Client (UCC). Based on the Linux operating system Ubuntu, UCC is a centrally managed client system for use with desktops, notebooks and thin clients. It allows administrators to manage Linux-based client systems with different end devices — from laptops to self-service terminals — centrally, efficiently and consistently.

CeBIT Open Source: flexible solution for the corporate IT of tomorrow

Univention ensures simple administration of Windows, Linux, cloud and apps

At CeBIT in Hall 6, Booth E 16, Univention, the leading German manufacturer of integrated Open Source software for IT operation and management, will be exhibiting its continually extended solution Univention Corporate Server as an easy-to-use server and integration platform for companies and institutions. With this Open Source software, users can simplify user and rights management, provide server services such as Active Directory, support Windows, Linux and Mac OS X-based clients and integrate a wide range of cloud-based applications simply. In addition, Univention’s technology partners will also be demonstrating a wide range of corporate solutions integrated in Univention Corporate Server’s App Center.

Univention at the CeBIT with seven partners and LibreOffice

CeBIT: Try out flexible server alternatives with a wide range of business applications live

Univention, a manufacturer of Open Source software products for the operation and management of IT infrastructures, will be demonstrating in Hall 6 (Booth E 16) at CeBIT how the new Univention App Center can be used to set up a wide range of IT business applications in just a few steps and integrate them in a complete IT concept — irrespective of whether the applications are operated on the company’s network or on the cloud. The shared booth will also host seven Univention partners exhibiting applications optimised for use with Univention Corporate Server. In addition, the Document Foundation will be demonstrating the free Microsoft Office alternative LibreOffice at the Univention booth.