The open source digital workplace Twake Workplace is actively being prepared. Its publisher, Linagora, has just revealed its key strategic outlines. Release is planned for 2024. Here are the first items.
RIt brings together all the necessary business collaboration functions around its Twake solution Open sourceThe new Twake Workplace offering, announced at the Open Source Experience, will bring together several overlapping programs: Twake Mail for email, Twake Chat for discussion, Twake Drive for files, Twake Calendar for appointments, and Twake Visio for video conferencing.
The show that is coming It competes directly with Google Workplace, but also with Microsoft 365 Infomaniak kSuite, presents itself as a truly open source digital workspace and is able to guarantee a secure platform, in line with the standards of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe.
Twake Workplace will process Both large accounts and small and medium businesses In search of technological independence, explains Diana Potokina, Vice President of Programs at Linagora: “ We want to provide the best user experience within a real scope An alternative to GAFAM solutions. Twake Workplace relies on major free Internet standards and protocols to ensure as much interoperability as possible. Our goal is to provide a sovereign solution to our users, but without compromising on uses. For this reason, we can rely on a team of experts like our CTO, Xavier Guimard, the creator of LemonLDAP, or Benoit Tellier, our Twake Mail product owner and James Community Lead. »
There are two concrete examples of this commitment:
- Twake Mail is based on JAMES mail server, Developed within the Apache Foundation (the most demanding organization in terms of community standards and open source management), which implements the JMAP protocol, revolutionizing the uses and functionality of business email.
- Twake Chat is based on the Matrix protocol The only ones capable of providing a unified experience without any interruption, such as GAFAM instant messaging platforms, are subject to extraterritorial US laws.
Future announcements will be announced On the Linagora website.
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