​Nextcloud 14 rolls out with two major security features

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Are you worried about storing your business files on a public cloud, but don’t have the in-house staff to install a high-end, do-everything cloud like OpenStack? If that’s your situation, you need to look into Nextcloud.

Nextcloud, the fork of ownCloud, is a fully open-source Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud with some Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) services. You can install it on your own Linux server or on on a server at many hosting companies.

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While Nextcloud is ideal for personal or SMB use, it can be scaled up for enterprise level. In Japan, for example, Nextcloud Federation is used by NEC Platforms and Waffle Computer to bring federated file exchange and collaboration to

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