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ContactOffice disabled SSLv3 websupport in response to the Poodle

16. October 2014 Tips and Tricks, Uncategorized 0 Comments

More about Poodle You might have heard that Google discovered a 15 year old flaw in SSL 3.0, a security protocol that turns out isn’t quite as secure as originally thought SSL 3.0 could let remote attackers highjack Web browser sessions and gain access to personal data, like Web-based email. The flaw takes advantage of […]

Access your cloud storage solutions in one place: Dropbox, Google Drive, …

07. May 2014 Releases, Tips and Tricks, Uncategorized 0 Comments

Imagine you need to finalise a extremely important presentation for a customer. You start off with your usual template and know that some very interesting data was included in a report you stored online recently.  You go to your Dropbox account but don’t find it. Was it stored there….??? or did you store it on […]

ContactOffice drastically increases storage

29. April 2014 Uncategorized 0 Comments

One of the biggest complaints with cloud services is limited storage. ContactOffice is taking care of the problem by giving more space for the free and paying accounts: up to triple the storage they used to have! ContactOffice Free and Paying plans[/caption] * Paying accounts will see an increase to 5 GB Mail and 12 GB […]

Spring is in the air: New ContactOffice Interface!

28. April 2014 Uncategorized 0 Comments

After more than a good year of beta running, we are happy to launch our brand New ContactOffice Interface called ‘Crystal‘ to all our ContactOffice users. Crystal Interface The main improvements were guided by our wish to answer the following objective: How to simplify your work and that of your users and colleagues.  In order to do […]

ContactOffice, the alternative to the American cloud

11. June 2013 In the Press, Uncategorized 0 Comments

BRUSSELS, JUNE 2013 – Thanks to ContactOffice, one of the European leaders in cloud collaboration software, companies and professionals can find shelter from the American secret services. Due to the PRISM revelations ContactOffice, is today literally being submerged with requests for information and migrations. The revelations of Edward Snowden regarding the PRISM surveillance programme have […]

Check out our brand new interface!

06. December 2012 Ajax Interface, News, Releases, Uncategorized 0 Comments

We’re reaching the end of 2012 and here @ ContactOffice we’re especially happy to present our brand new upgraded interface. This is the result of nearly 2 years of work by our user interface team in collaboration with some of the very best GUI designers in the world. The main improvements were guided by our […]

How to attach documents to your calendar events #COusertip 4

05. December 2012 Tips and Tricks, Uncategorized 0 Comments

When organising a meeting you often want to share certain files with the attendees. These documents can be the agenda of the meeting, a report of the previous meeting, a paper that needs to be discussed. It is now possible to attach such documents to an event or meeting in your calendar. Here’s how to […]

ContactOffice adds several new references in Education market!

26. September 2012 New customers, Uncategorized 0 Comments

In the last months we signed several new references in the education market. The formally called ‘Université de la Méditerranée‘ (presently part of Aix Marseille Université) joined our already important user basis in the PACA region in the south of France. The ‘Université de Cergy Pontoise‘ selected the ContactOffice cloud offering for its personnel. They […]

Arrrglll ! Slow network

27. March 2012 Uncategorized 0 Comments

Issue fixed. Dear CO aficionados, Since a couple of days, some of you might have experienced a slow connection to ContactOffice. Since Friday 23 March, two major routers of Belgacom (BGC) are under maintenance. They may impact the speed and the quality of your personal connectivity to ContactOffice and to many other websites. Once again, […]

Level3 Router update

18. March 2012 Events, Uncategorized 0 Comments

Issue fixed. On the night of saturday 17 to sunday 18 March, our access provider (Level3.com) made a major update to the routers that we use. During this intervention, the internet routes used to access our machines were not taken into account for a reason that we still ignore at this point. We worked a […]