Open-Xchange to Make Social Media Sociable for Business

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Previews "Open Data Cloud" at OSBC

Open-Xchange, the leading provider of business-class open source collaboration software, will preview here how social media can be leveraged for businesses using Open-Xchange's "Open Data Cloud."

"People are already using social media networks for business," said Rafael Laguna, CEO, Open-Xchange. "Using our Open Data Cloud removes the shackles of proprietary data and allows users to manage their data once. Open Data Cloud also allows users to maintain control and ownership of their data as well."

WHAT Demos
Technology demonstrations of the new software capability will be shown.

WHO Rafael Laguna, CEO, Open-Xchange
Juergen Geck, Chief Technology Officer, Open-Xchange

WHEN Tuesday and Wednesday, March 24-25, 2009

WHERE Open Source Business Conference
The Palace Hotel
2 New Montgomery Street, San Francisco

Special arrangements can be made for media who are not attending the conference and are interested in learning more.

About Open-Xchange Inc. (
A privately-held company headquartered in Nuremberg, Germany with offices in Olpe, Germany and Tarrytown, N.Y., Open-Xchange provides open source email and collaboration for enterprises, academic institutions, government authorities, Internet service providers and hosting providers.

Its products include Open-Xchange Server Edition, which offers email, calendar, contact, task, and knowledge management services; Open-Xchange Hosting Edition, Linux-based open source groupware that integrates into a hosting provider's existing infrastructure, such as authentication, provisioning, billing, and email storage; and Open-Xchange Appliance Edition, which provides enterprise functionality to small and medium organizations.

Leading hosting providers, led by Network Solutions (U. S.), 1&1 Internet (Germany), JMF (Japan), OVH (France) and Hostpoint (Switzerland) provide more than 8 million users worldwide with hosted business-class e-mail, personal information management (PIM), and full groupware solutions built on Open-Xchange.

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