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.
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.
Open-Xchange faces an uphill battle as it tries to persuade enterprises to dump Exchange for a small, open-source provider of email.
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.
Google's Data Liberation Front is accelerating efforts to differentiate its employer from Facebook by allowing users to take their data elsewhere with one or two clicks.
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.
The search titan is working to bring its new social-networking service to Google Apps users, but it's short on specifics about how and when it plans to get that done.
Google+ might be your latest addiction, but what's the fun if your friends aren't involved? Here's how to import and invite Facebook friends to Google+.