Gepostet inCommunity, Allgemein Bookmark the permalink. Today we released ownCloud 5, a very important milestone for the ownCloud community and perhaps the most important release so far. But before going into the details I want to take a step back and look at what the original idea of ownCloud was at the beginning. The idea of ownCloud was and is t...
Gepostet inAllgemein Bookmark the permalink. Das populäre Fachmagazin für Computertechnik c’t hat in seiner aktuellen Ausgabe 2012-19 einen großen Praxisartikel über ownCloud veröffentlicht – den kompletten Artikel findet ihr bei uns als PDF – enjoy! “Die Serversoftware Owncloud stellt typische Cloud-Dienste bereit: Synchronisieren von...
Now use ownCloud on your iPad, iPhone or Android!
That’s right, available today for the first time are ownCloud apps in the Apple AppStore and Google Play. So now your customers and employees can quickly, easily and inexpensively (they are only 99 cents) access ownCloud from the world’s most popular mobile devices.
Here is another tool in your arsenal to move your employees to a more secure, self-hosted software that seamlessly integrates into your existing infrastructure – from storage to security to reporting systems.
With these new apps, end users can securely log into an ownCloud instance, browse files and folders, and then download, open, update and upload files as needed. Photos and videos can also be set to be uploaded automatically from the Android app, and you can log into multiple ownCloud accounts. You can get more information here. Tell us what you think.
New version 1.1 is available in Source and .apk form.
If you did install version 1.0 you will need do delete or de-install the previous ownCloud App.
Today we release another important update for ownCloud 4. The new release contains lots of bugfixes and important security updates. It is recommended that all ownCloud 4.x users upgrade. For full production use we continue to recommend ownCloud 3.x o...
Today we release another important update for ownCloud 4. The new release contains lots of bugfixes and important security updates. It is recommended that all ownCloud 4.x users upgrade. For full production use we continue to recommend ownCloud 3.x or ownCloud 2012 – while we chase additional items brought up by users
Lot´s of gallery fixes
More 3rd party apps visible
Fixed update notifications
Several calendar fixes
Several XSS fixes in calendar
Several improvements in contacts
Fix infinite redirect during setup for windows hosts
Several XSS fixes in contacts
New user password salting
Several LDAP fixes
Fix doublicate emails in sharing
Improved compatibility with Android browser
Fixed calendar links
Allow “/” in filenames
Fixed reverse proxy and custom hosts configuration
Fix contact photo editing
Don’´t allow renaming, deleting and resharing of shared folder
The ownCloud Team
Today we release an important update for ownCloud 4. The new release contains lots of bugfixes and important security updates. It is recommended that all ownCloud 4.x users upgrade. ...
Das Unternehmen Owncloud entwickele nur Software und biete Support für Kunden, sagte Technikchef Frank Karlitschek auf dem Linuxtag 2012. Darüber hinaus verriet er einige technische Details zu Owncloud 4 und kommenden Entwicklungen.