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Cloud Archiving That’s Easy to Integrate, Deploy, and Use

guest on Feb 8, 2017

Sonian is the only pure public cloud information archiving company, providing a service for our OEM partners and their customers that is easy to integrate and deploys rapidly. Sonian allows companies to preserve,...

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Open-Xchange at Mobile World Congress 2017

Christian on Feb 3, 2017

We are pleased to invite you to stop by:

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Impressive Results from Mozilla-Sponsored Dovecot Security Audit

Neil Cook on Jan 16, 2017

Well as 2017 kicks off, we have some great news to share. One of the things we take very seriously here at Open-Xchange is the security of our software, which for us is a ground-up process which involves every as...

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App Development Predictions for 2017

Robert Virkus on Jan 12, 2017

Let’s kick off the year with a prophetic look into our crystal ball… What will be the hot topics of 2017? The rise of the ecosystem apps

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Secure email service – OX partner mailbox.org wins comparative investigatio...

guest on Oct 5, 2016

Long-time Open-Xchange partner, and OX App Suite vendor, Heinlein Support has won an important comparitive investigation between email providers. The Berlin-based firm Heinlein Support consults clients on Linux, ...

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Understanding the Business Email Compromise (BEC) Threat

guest on Sep 21, 2016

Business Email Compromise (BEC) is a serious matter. This email-borne hacking technique presents a radically more sophisticated version of the age-old “Nigerian Prince” scam. BEC targets businesses that regularly...

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Integrating OX efficiently into customers’ environments

guest on Aug 29, 2016

How enterprises benefit from the collaboration between Open-Xchange and their integration partner tarent solutions.

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How can businesses go about drawing up guidelines to protect consumer priva...

Neil Cook on Aug 16, 2016

Companies like Google, Amazon and Cisco as well as a raft other companies (it seems like every company has to have an IOT play these days), have based whole business models on selling connected devices that perfo...

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Considering using Infrastructure as a Service? Why Dovecot’s Encryption of ...

Neil Cook on Jul 20, 2016

Today I want to talk about encryption again. Previously I’ve blogged about the benefits of transport encryption, particularly for protecting emails from man-in-the-middle snooping or mass surveillance, which is s...

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DNS: As we add more user-visible features, “open” becomes more important

Bert Hubert on Jun 13, 2016

DNS is an ancient protocol. Despite being invented in 1983, any software written at that time would still be compatible with the Domain Name System as it is used today.

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