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Nextcloud 15 review

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Overall, we can’t help but be impressed with Nextcloud.

It provides almost all the features that you can get from Google, Microsoft or Dropbox, at a fraction of the cost and with the flexibility that only self-hosting provides.

The only caveat to self-hosting is that backing up the storage is the responsibility of the business, not the software provider.

Therefore, anyone implementing this might want to merge it with an off-site secure storage solution for those scenarios where the worst happens.

For those wanting to explore what Nextcloud has to offer, they have a free evaluation version where they do the hosting and an instant trial.

Have a look around the evaluation, as you might find that it is substantially better fit for your business than what the big providers have.

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