Setting the Standard

By Carsten Dirks, COO, Open-Xchange Standards are perhaps one of the least thought about, but in some ways, most important aspects of modern life. It’s hard to imagine a life without widespread compatibility of power sockets, light bulbs and mobile phone signals. Even...

Delete My Account: At What Point Do Internet Users Log Off?

By Rafael Laguna, CEO Open-Xchange 2014; the internet is now a quarter of a decade old. It has advanced considerably in that time, taking on a form that very few could have imagined. But has it matured? The past 18 months have been a pivotal time in the development...

The Power of the Cloud lies in Freedom and Choice

By Rafael Laguna, CEO Open-Xchange Last month we announced that we’d partnered with software and cloud service providers in the creation of a new initiative: the Open Cloud Alliance. The OCA has been formed in response to the current state of the cloud market; a...

Putting our money where our mouth is

By Rafael Laguna, CEO Open-Xchange Open-Xchange has long been a supporter of a free and open Internet. It’s the very reason the company exists in the first place. But a free and open Internet cannot exist in silos. That’s why Open-Xchange has a duty to encourage other...

WebRTC: Opening the Door for the Future of Telecoms now

Guest Blog posted by: Stijn Nijhuis, CEO Voiceworks   It’s been a long time coming, but there has been a lot of noise about WebRTC recently. Last month Mozilla and Telefonica announced a partnership that will deliver ‘Firefox Hello’, a WebRTC service integrated...

Leave your doors unlocked please, the data police are coming.

  by Rafael Laguna, CEO, Open-Xchange Depending on who you listen to, encrypting your data can be a good thing, or it can be a bad thing. Edward Snowden, in a new interview with the New Yorker, warns against applications that don’t provide adequate encryption or...