Open-Xchange was named 'Best Linux Groupware Server'

Open-Xchange was named ‘Best Linux Groupware Server’

Open-Xchange was named ‘Best Linux Groupware Server’

Open-Xchange was named ‘Best Linux Groupware Server’ in the first annual Enterprise Open Source Readers Choice Awards. The winners were revealed by SYS-CON, the publishing company for Enterprise Open Source Magazine.

“We are  excited about the award as  it is an award based on recognition by our customers and the community,” said Gerald Labie, CEO, Open-Xchange.  “From a market perspective, the reality is that each nominee in this category – regardless of whether they won or not – is part of a major force putting increased competitive pressure on the large, proprietary groupware vendors.”

“We applaud all of today’s winners and finalists on their achievement in winning our Readers’ Choice Award,” said Roger Strukhoff, Editorial Director and Group Publisher of SYS-CON Media. “Our readers live and breathe the uniquely compelling vision and potential of the Linux OS in particular and open source software in general, both as an integral contributor to enterprise IT today and its collaborative potential for continued innovation on a global basis.”

Open-Xchange Express Edition provides everything in a single, fully self-contained installation, with no hidden software costs. It requires no Linux know-how to install and maintain. User productivity is enhanced through unique teamwork features, like team calendars, single-password document sharing, and shared calendars, contacts, tasks and documents.

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