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Pydio Cells & Enterprise 4.4.3

Created on 2024/06/18
This release provides bug fixes and security updates, including golang version and caddy updates.

Pydio Cells & Enterprise 4.4.2

Created on 2024/06/04
Cells 4.4.2 is a hotfix release for upgrading the PDF JS library.

Pydio Cells & Enterprise 4.4.1

Created on 2024/05/15
This is a minor bugfixes release, including a fix for a small UX glitch that could prevent the "force password change" dialog to appear right after login, and new attributes added to events sent after password change (to be used in Cells Flows).

Pydio Cells & Enterprise 4.4.0

Created on 2024/04/03
Pydio Cells 4.4.0 is here! Focus for this release is user experience upgrades for both end users and admins. Read on for all the details.

Top Document Sharing & Collaboration Security Risks in 2024

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Created on 2024/03/14
What risks should be top of mind for document sharing and collaboration security in 2024? Read on to find out about the risks and responses.

Self-Hosted vs. On-Premise — Is There a Difference Anymore?

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Created on 2024/03/04
Do the terms “on-premise” and “self-hosted” confuse you when people talk about software? Not sure exactly how they differ, or if they even differ at all? Read on, and all will be revealed!

Self-Hosted vs SaaS Document Sharing - Who Is Self-Hosted Right For?

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Created on 2024/03/04
SaaS document sharing, collaboration, and management solutions are great, but they aren’t for everyone. Read on to discover if a self-hosted/on-premise solution might be right for your organization.

Pydio Cells & Enterprise 4.3.6

Created on 2024/02/26
This is a minor bugfix for v4 branch. It fixes an issue with TLS configuration for NATS broker, and other small UX glitches in Address Book.

Pydio Cells & Enterprise 4.3.5

Created on 2024/02/02
Regular maintenance release: enhanced TLS flexibility, API and UX fixes, dashboard improvements, and wildcard support for user attributes.

Pydio 2023 Highlights and a Sneak Peek at 2024

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Created on 2024/01/18
2024 is off to a fast start, but we wanted to take a minute to look at some important Pydio milestones in 2023 and take a sneak peek at some exciting developments coming your way in 2024.

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