- File encryption (some file types can be excluded from the encryption)
- File versioning wchich lets you roll back some files to their previous versions
- Mounting of external Filesystems (experimental), including Dropbox, FTP and Google Drive
- TODOs (Tasks) App
- Drag & Drop File Uploading
- Shared Calendars
- Calendar categories
- Hugely improved contacts app including groups
- Improved WebDAV, CalDAV, CardDAV compatibility
- Movable Apps
- Improved External App
- Improved Sharing of Files
- Overall Performance Improvements
- System/User Exporting/Importing
- User/Groups support via LDAP/AD
- Viewer for ODF Files
- Improved Photo Gallery
- Improved installation of 3rd Party Apps
- Logging via syslog
- New public API for App developers
- Lots of bug fixes, smaller enhancements and UX improvements.
|File versioning in ownCloud 4|
You can try ownCloud before you install it by going to http://demo.owncloud.org/
For how to manually install ownCloud in Ubuntu, see THIS post.
Recently, ownCloud got an Android application so you can easily access your files using a mobile device. And iOS app is also in the works.
ownCloud doesn’t come with a sync client by default, but there are sync clients available for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux. For Ubuntu, see this post: Desktop Syncing Comes To ownCloud Through Mirall And Csync.
How about utilize Git (other revision control system) for versioning?
How about utilize ZFS or Btrfs capabilities for versioning?
How about HTTPS ? How about HTTP Strict Transport Security?
How about SSO (single sign-on) ? How about Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA) / NTLM authentication?
How about WebDAV?
How about a RESTful API?
How about distributed file systems such as HAMMER, Ceph, GlusterFS, Lustre, PVFS, POHMELFS, etc?
How about integration with NAS devices?
How about bridging ownCloud devices across different clouds?
How about upload-by-emailing?