The Open Source/Linux Tech platform OSTechNix publishes a very detailled article about setting up a software bundle around Univention Corporate Server (UCS) within a few steps. This time they focus on home users who want to build their own private server for meeting higher security requirements.
The Linux blog It’s FOSS reports about the Univention App Center describing in detail its characteristics and the benefits it offers to companies and organizations.
The Open Source/Linux Tech platform OSTechNix publishes another article on Univention Corporate Server (UCS). This time, they provide a detailed tutorial about the installation and configuration process of UCS.
The Open Source Tech platform OSTechNix published an introductory article to a series about Univention Corporate Server. This article provides a good understanding of what Univention Corporate Server is, its features, price and potential user group.
The Linux blog It’s FOSS published an article about the possibilitiy to use Univention Corporate Server as a home server. This article provides a step by step process to set this up. It also informs on how to extend UCS by the groupware Kopano and the filesharing solution Nextcloud to have a complete , safe to use package as an alternative to the standard, proprietary solutions.
Softpedia reports about the availability of the Collabora Online Development Edition (CODE) in the Univention App Center marketplace on July 11, 2017.
Softpedia reports about the the first patchlevel release of Univention Corporate Server: UCS 4.2-1 on June 21, 2017.
The Open Source / Linux blog itsfoss.com published a detailed and honest review about Univention Corporate Server on April 12, 2017.
Hanover, March 21, 2017 – Univention is presenting the brand-new edition of Univention Corporate Server (UCS) right in time for the CeBIT 2017. With version 4.2 of the established open source software, mixed IT infrastructures can be managed via a single web interface and more than 80 other enterprise applications can be deployed. The highlight of the release is the new, freely configurable online portal, which can be flexibly adapted to the needs of organizations and individual users. A lot has also happened under the hood: With UCS 4.2 the distribution base of UCS has been updated to Debian 8 (Jessie) and a large part of the Debian packages has been made available natively. Important security and product updates can be deployed faster than ever before. UCS 4.2 will be released in early April 2017 and will be shown for the first time a live demonstration at the CeBIT in Hall 3, booth D36-620.