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Kopano Conference 2017

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Kopano Conference banner 80027th and 28th of September 2017 - Arnhem (NL)

Bringing communication tools together on-premises and in the Cloud

This year's Kopano Conferences is an unmissable appointment in your diary for both current and potential partners as there will be the opportunity to learn about and experience the future of communication and collaboration platforms.

During the conference, Kopano, will present new integrations and partnerships which will allow organisations to take back complete control of their data providing a platform positioned as a full alternative to Office365 with the added benefits of being Open Source, available for both on-premises and Cloud and with having much lower costs.

Kopano joins The Document Foundation

Kopano collaboration platformKopano joins The Document Foundation Advisory Board

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From The Document Foundation blog

 

Berlin, September 26, 2017 – The Document Foundation (TDF) announced today that Kopano, the leading European provider of open source groupware and collaboration software, has joined the project’s Advisory Board. Kopano wants to contribute to the project in areas of its expertise, for example in user experience.

Kopano is a continuation of Zarafa. It offers a platform for communication, content sharing and self-organization, is entirely modular, and provides third party software vendors with simple integration options (e.g. via widgets).

Most features and integrations are available via a browser, thanks to Kopano WebApp, while smartphones, tablets and Outlook can be connected through Z-Push – the open source implementation of the Exchange ActiveSync Protocol (EAS). Kopano’s desktop client DeskApp is available for Windows, macOS and Linux.

Solutions like Kopano, combined with LibreOffice, help users to free themselves from the dependency of Microsoft and other cloud software, and enable companies to retain freedom and ownership of their data and software stack.