A new Social OX feature helps people collect their contacts' e-mail addresses for easy import into Google+, the latest salvo in a war over data ownership.
With Google+ just launching, moving contact information into it from Facebook is all the rage. After Facebook blocked one approach, Open-Xchange plans another.
Open-Xchange faces an uphill battle as it tries to persuade enterprises to dump Exchange for a small, open-source provider of email.
The Microsoft Exchange challenger prepares to further invest in its open source e-mail and collaboration software with an infusion of capital from investors.
Open-Xchange plans to expand from Europe to the United States--and move many operations too. Also, more components are becoming open-source software.
Open-Xchange is making it easy to migrate from IBM's Lotus/Domino. Salvation is in sight.
Open-Xchange is releasing an easy to use, SMB-focused version of its e-mail/collaboration software. What's particularly interesting is that it's built on Ubuntu, despite the founders' history with Suse.
Government surveillance has been a business boon for PGP creator Phil Zimmermann, whose company Silent Circle counts SEALs and the CIA as clients. Plus: why encryption needs a "Spartacus" moment.
The dominant social network isn't making it easy for people to extract data for use in Google+. A new tool that only fetches friends' names is apparently even too much.