Version 19 of Nextcloud has been released. With this program it is possible to run cloud storage in-house. Nextcloud was created after a large number of developers left ownCloud and started over. All components, including the enterprise functionality, are offered as open source and the revenue model is similar to what Red Hat does, which is to provide paid support for major customers. The release notes for this release are as follows:
Nextcloud Hub brings productivity to home office
Over the last months, tens of thousands of companies have introduced home office policies. Remote work has been facilitated by a patchwork of solutions, causing an explosion in complexity at IT departments. Our community has taken on the challenge and focused on delivering, in Nextcloud Hub, the best possible remote team collaboration technology on the market. Today’s release, code name “home office”, brings document collaboration to video chats, introduces password-less login and improves performance.
The 19th release of Nextcloud, coming out just 1 day after our 4 year anniversary, introduces:
- Password-less authentication and many other security measures
- Talk 9 with built-in office document editing courtesy of Collabora, a grid view & more
- MUCH improved performance
- Deck integration in Calendar
- Guest account groups and more!