Open-source file syncing and sharing software company Nextcloud has teamed up with Kailona, a healthcare app funded by the German Government, to provide a counter-model to apps that sell users' data.
Open source file syncing and sharing software provider NextCloud has doubled its customer base in 2018, gaining major clients like the German Federal Government, cities like Bern and Geneva and dozens of manufacturing, finance, health, education and research organisations, the company claims.
BlackBerry's Workspaces file sync and sharing system is gaining a feature that allows ransomware-encrypted files to be selectively replaced without causing a potential loss of work to unaffected users.
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