In my previous blog, I showed you some of the mechanics that have been used to build containers for Kopano. This time I want to give […]
No matter the size of your organization, making backups regularly is essential to your company’s progress. They are your insurance to retain customers and the highest […]
Users love responsive applications. If you want to enable this kind of great user experience, you’re going to need well-performing storage. But what kind of storage? […]
Skype for Web ended support for Firefox, Opera and Safari (in other words, all browsers that are not Edge or Chromium-based). So what are the alternatives? And what are their pros and cons?
At Kopano we frequently receive questions about the easiest way to migrate from one system to Kopano. Do you want to migrate from Microsoft Exchange to Kopano? Check out this blog post to learn how to do this in a quick and easy way.
When we first introduced Web Meetings in 2015, WebRTC was still a very new technology. Its use of high-quality codecs for audio and video was not […]
Last Christmas, our family discussions were like all others, with two notable exceptions. When I took pictures, my sister asked my daughter not to publish them […]
In this blog post, Brian Joseph takes you on a journey through Kopano's past, sharing the lessons that he and his team learned when they took Zarafa open source.
The Univention Corporate Server (or short UCS) provides a very easy way for admins to get started with Kopano. Through the Univention App Center admins can […]