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You should have full control over your data. We help you achieve that: a safe home for all your data. Secure, under your control and developed in an open, transparent and trustworthy way. We are Nextcloud.
Nextcloud offers industry-leading on-premises file sync and online collaboration technology. Our expertise is in combining the convenience and ease of use of consumer-grade solutions like Dropbox and Google Drive with the security, privacy and control business needs.
Our self-hosted solutions ensure you know where data is, who has access, and that even meta-data does not leak.
We create three products, integrated and acting as one:
# Nextcloud Files offers an on-premise Universal File Access and sync platform with powerful collaboration capabilities and desktop, mobile and web interfaces.
# Nextcloud Talk delivers on-premises, private audio/video conferencing and text chat through browser and mobile interfaces with integrated screen sharing and SIP integration.
# Nextcloud Groupware integrates Calendar, Contacts, Mail and other productivity features to help teams get their work done faster and easier.
Our products integrate powerful capabilities to control and monitor data exchange and communication, including our unique File Access Control and workflow features, extensive audit logs, fine-grained sharing controls and more.
Security is Nextcloud users' greatest concerns and our prime advantage over competitors. Nextcloud features a host of unique, innovative security technologies from brute force protection to advanced server side and integrated end-to-end, client side encryption with enterprise-grade key handling and a wide range of security hardenings. Our security has been reviewed by trusted third parties and is backed by a USD 5000 Security Bug Bounty Program, providing the confidence that data meant to stay private will stay private.
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I love open source software, and in the story of NextCloud and its OwnCloud roots, I side - overall - with NextCloud. For reasons of freedom and openness and trying to make the world a better software place. But... I won't use NextCloud in the near future and the reason is that my needs aren't met by the NextCloud client. It seeks to allow me to sync my files between multiple computers. But I have - literally - hundreds of thousands of (very small, ie <100kB) files to sync. And the NextCloud client can't cope with this. It tries to catalogue everything and gets stuck, lags, and mashes up the sync. That was the case with OpenCloud's v9 client and it's true of NextCloud v11.
I love the idea of NextCloud, but it doesn't work for me.
If you're not a special case like me, try it; I think it might be worth your while, so you can escape the tyrrany of evil services like Dropbox and Google Drive, who have your number, can read your files and must give it to the NSA if asked without telling you.
Otherwise, spare a thought for the low price, reliable and EU-based seafile.de (now SyncWerk.com).
Yes, syncing hundreds of thousands of very small files is a though challenge and the current client isn't super good at it. However, we have made progress already and are working on a more complete solution - be sure to check it out again in half a year or so ;-)
The best solution for my private cloud: more configurable and stable than others.
The best for help make my docs really privates!
This seems to be where actual changes are happening. I didn't even know of it's existence until July 2017 when I asked myself "how come I haven't seen anything new from OwnCloud in a long time" seems like some of the main developers left and are now working on this project instead.
It is open source, you can run it on your home computer, and it has many features
Easiest way to deploy Nextcloud and additions like the Collabora Online Office is the Appliance based on Univention Corporate Server (https://www.univention.com/products/univention-app-center/app-catalog/nextcloud/ ). Best thing is that you'll get updates for the whole stack in one place - and that it is free to use.
better than owncloud
Robust, versatile, has lot and lots of options that actually cover all of my needs. Hosting it on my own micro server from ASUS [barebone].
It sync files on my mobile to my PC (via NC server of course). No need to transfer them when need. That means auto backup too. On my mobile, it also means a big save on memory, my Nexus 5X needs it a lot. Last but not least, everything is private.
An excellent open source alternative to any proprietary cloud storage solution. By far the most scalable and customizable solution out there.
I don't know if I make it through a day without using my private, personal, self hosted cloud server. It kind of runs my day syncing my calendars, contacts and currently its also my alternative to google music as I stream my entire music collection to my phone. If your aiming to truely own your data and keep it that way then Nextcloud is the key.
Nextcloud is much more than a simple replacement for Dropbox, Google Drive, etc. It is an online collaboration platform, with all the bells and whistles of such a platform. It has a small footprint and it highly extensible.
It is open source cloud. I can install it on any linux-based systems and integrate with PHP and SQLite. All of them are open source softwares.
It easy to install and use.
Easy to install. Works very well in the web, Ubuntu Linux desktop and Android.
More integrations (with rocket.chat, for example) would be good.
Can be self-hosted, offers end-to-end-encryption, open source