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How to build a 3rd digital way ? Alexandre Zapolsky, Social entrepreneur, President and Founder of LINAGORA via La Tribune (French article)

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Even though IBM announced their purchase of the open source pioneer Red Hat for 34 billion dollars, Alexandre Zapolsky gives his own vision of constructing a third digital rail and building an industrial response to the continent. Read the article : Comment bâtir une troisième voie numérique
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Our visit to GITEX 2018 !

GITEX 2018
LINAGORA had the opportunity to attend Gitex Technology Week 2018. The halls of Dubai World Trade centre were filled with all maner of technology, which attracted over 100 000 visitors and 4500 exhibitors. Inside the fourth hall, you could find our very own stand, in which we were proud to present OpenPaas and LinTO with the rest of the world. During this amazing week, we had the chance to meet the Crown Prince of Dubai, Hamdan Bin Mohammed,and Ludovic Pouille, French ambassador of the UAE, to whom we presented our project. It was a good opportunity for us, to show the potential of Open Source. We showed that our collaborative open platforms will allow private and public organisation to make...
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18 years of Open Source !

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We have celebrated our 18 years of Open Source. We thank our clients, partners for their trust, and our team for their energy and contribution to our company.
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[Interview] Celine Zapolsky: Business opportunities in China

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Puteaux, a French commune in the western suburbs of Paris, has given the occasion to PMI's, such as LINAGORA to seek for opportunities in the Chinese market. Céline Zapolsky, LINAGORA's Vice-President, shares her point of view on that very special initiative.
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Togo: Comtel and French firm Linagora to develop cloud-based messaging service for public administration

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French firm LINAGORA, which specializes in open-source software, and Comtel Technologies, a major actor of the tech industry in Benin, Niger and Togo, were just selected to develop a cloud-based professional messaging service for the whole Togolese public administration. This was disclosed after the recent council of ministers held last Wednesday. During the pilot stage of this project which was initiated by the ministry of posts and digital economy, 20,000 messaging accounts were created for ministers, advisors, private secretaries and diplomats. The project aligns with the government’s objective to modernize its public administration. Looking at the success recorded during the pilot stage, ministry of digital industry wants to expand it to the whole public administration. To this end, “Linagora was...
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