Now that public life has largely moved indoors and family or friends can no longer be visited, video communication is booming, and so is the use of Meet. For those of you not yet too familiar with Meet I’ve provided […]
At the beginning of this month, WSJ announced that third-party app developers can read the email of Gmail users. According to Google, we, users, have given these app-developers our consent to do this. There also have not been any reports […]
At Kopano we love Christmas because Christmas is a time of sharing. And as an open source company, sharing is something we do every day. It’s in our veins. In 2017 we extended and optimized our own collaboration suite and in 2018 we plan to push the overall adoption of open source collaboration. Read more about how we'll do this in this blog.
Last week, Kopano’s CEO Brian Joseph signed the open standards suppliers manifesto of the Standardization Forum at the ECP Annual Conference in The Hague, The Netherlands. As a member of the advisory board of The Document Foundation (TDF), Kopano […]
I was invited as a speaker from Arch Linux to speak at the first ever freenode conference on 28-29 October. Freenode is the largest IRC network for Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) developers. IRC is one of the first […]
Today, Kopano, Europe’s leading vendor of open source collaboration software, announced it will contribute to LibreOffice Online and integrate it into its own product. To help establish LibreOffice Online as standard open source technology for enterprises, Kopano will participate in The Document Foundation Advisory Board.