On 18th November 2013, Univention released Univention Corporate Server 3.2. This major release is characterised by an overall improved user guidance concept via a completely revised UCS start page and a revised Univention Management Console (UMC) overview page.
Univention have just developed and released a single sign-on solution for logging on to different important web services like Dropbox or Google Apps. It is called SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) and is available via the Univention App Center.
From now on, software manufacturers can create their installation packages for Univention Corporate Server (UCS) automatically and easily via the Open Build Service operated by Suse.
Zarafa has announced the immediate availability of the ZCP 7.1.7 final release. This release is a maintenance release with WebApp 1.4 and fixes to some minor issues.
IT decision makers are hesitant to store sensitive corporate information on the cloud. They prefer to store confidential data locally. This implies the need for technologies that allow secure data matching of the data available on the cloud and the corresponding data stored locally.
After seven successful years of Zarafa SummerCamp, Univention technology partner Zarafa is starting a new informative event concept in Utrecht (The Netherlands) and Soltau (Germany).
The Federal Office for Radiation Protection in Germany introduced UCS in 2006 and recently updated to UCS 3.1 in May 2013, thus profiting from the Active Directory functions which are available in UCS thanks to the integration of the free software Samba 4.
The American construction consulting company Smith Engineering Company recently introduced Univention Corporate Server (UCS) and centralised its former five Samba 3 domains into one.