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a Tool for Obsessive Compulsive Classifiers

  • Publish Date: 19-12-14

Tocc is a tag-based file management system. It also includes a tag-based file system called Toccfs. The goal of Tocc is to provide a better system for classifying files, more flexible than classic file systems that are based on a tree of files and…

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Salamander

  • Publish Date: 28-08-14

Salamander simplifies the process of turning a multi-disk system into a RAID system. As for the name, the website explains, "Salamanders are the only vertebrates that can regenerate limbs. In the same way, a system installed with Salamander can regenerate…

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OpenStack

  • Publish Date: 28-08-14

OpenStack provides the technologies necessary to build both private and public clouds, with a goal of standardizing cloud computing infrastructure. Founded by Nasa and Rackspace, it now counts numerous major technology companies among its backers.

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Quantum

  • Publish Date: 28-08-14

This OpenStack project aims to enable network-connectivity-as-a-service for clouds built on the OpenStack platform. Operating System: Linux.

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KDevelop

  • Publish Date: 28-08-14

This integrated development environment (IDE) from KDE that supports C and C++, as well as some other programming languages. It's based on the KDevPlatform, a set of open source libraries used by several IDEs. Operating System: Linux, OS X.

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iFolder

  • Publish Date: 28-08-14

Built with syncing, backup and file sharing in mind, iFolder works much like DropBox. Simple save your files locally as usually, and iFolder will update them on your server and the other workstations you use. It was originally founded by Novell and is now…

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Syncany

  • Publish Date: 28-08-14

Syncany works with commercial online storage solutions like Amazon S3 or Google Storage, adding better synchronization functionality (akin to DropBox) and improved security. It encrypts files locally, making it more feasible to use an online service to…

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Molly

  • Publish Date: 28-08-14

This rapid development framework has a goal of making the creation of mobile portals as quick and painless as possible. Developed by Oxford University, it's a good option for other universities that also use the Sakai Virtual Learning Environment.…

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TUTOS

  • Publish Date: 28-08-14

Short for "The Ultimate Team Organization Software," includes group calendar, email, time tracking, document management and project management. In addition, it also offers special features for developers, like a bug tracker, test support and some Scrum…

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Zarafa

  • Publish Date: 28-08-14

The self-proclaimed "best open source email and collaboration software," Zarafa is an alternative to Microsoft Exchange that can sync with mobile devices. In addition, it has a mobile device management plug-in that includes remote wipe capabilities. Paid…

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