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The first point release of UCS 5.0 brings further important features and rounds off the major release from May 2021. The announced Light Theme is now available as an alternative for the user interface. There were improvements in the UCS Portal and App Center, and a number of other apps are now available for UCS 5.0.
Censornet has won the ‘Cloud Security Product of the Year – SME’ category for the 2021 Computing Cloud Excellence Awards. This result strengthens Censornet’s position as the go-to, all-in-one cloud security platform for SMEs.
The fifth major release of Univention Corporate Server is ready and available for download. UCS 5.0 contains new features, has a fresh look, comes with several improvements and bug fixes. The new version also uses a new core: UCS 5.0 is based on Debian 10 (‘Buster’) and Python 3.
At the SAP University Competence Center (SAP UCC) in Magdeburg, the old HPE StoreOnce solution with DataProtector was due to be replaced. A new and flexible software solution for data backup had to be found. This had to support HPE Catalyst, which was envisaged on the storage side and, in doing so, be able to backup the different and virtual solutions around the most diverse SAP applications and databases in a certified manner.
With the first release candidate (RC), Univention are announcing the finalisation phase for the major release of Univention Corporate Server, UCS 5.0. They will be concentrating on stabilising the features implemented up to this point. Compared to the beta version of UCS 5, which was published in December, they have been able to achieve many improvements, in particular in the web interface of the UCS portal, the management console and the Univention App Center.
Kevin Dominik Korte, President of Univention North America, has written an article for SatMagazine. In the article, he talks about the general importance for satellite companies to keep their data safe and secure at all cost – and the challenges that come along with that necessity.