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Thursday, 27 June 2013

Security and costs keep Austrian orthopaedic centre on open source

For the past seven years, the Nuhr Medical Center in the Austrian town of Senftenberg has been relying on open source servers for its email, file and print services.

The main reasons are better security and lower costs, explains the open source IT service provider, Siedl.

The health centre renewed its Linux servers last year and is now using Zarafa for email and collaboration and Linux Univention Server for managing user rights, access to files and security policies (directory services).
Read more on-line: https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/news/security-and-costs-keep-austrian-orthopaedic-centre-open-source