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Some people have asked me how Operations in OX Documents look like. Here is the documentation of our Operations that we currently use with OX Text. We have meanwhile shortened operation names and attributes to limit bandwidth... read more
The Raspberry Pi is a cultural phenomenon. As of February 2016, there were eight million devices sold, and many technical enthusiasts own one. We are proud to announce the first version of our exclusive deployment for the... read more
In OX App Suite 7.8.2, OX Documents Spreadsheet has undergone a major rewrite – available now! In the past, a lot of spreadsheet functionality has been performed on the server by the C++ CalcEngine which was derived from Apache... read more
In OX App Suite Server Installation for Dummies you can read how to quickly install OX App Suite in a well prepared Debian Jessie Vagrant image. This is nice to quickly get a system in a virtual machine up and running, but in... read more
Last month, Open-Xchange has released OX Guard v2.0.0. One of the major changes is that OX Guard now is using PGP. You are free to use your own PGP key pairs, or simply let OX Guard create some for you. You can im- and export... read more
The 2015 Future of Open Source Survey is in progress, closes March 6, 2015. Open-Xchange is a strong supporter of Open Source Software. Our groupware solution “OX App Suite” is open source , so many people here participate in... read more