Nextcloud is an open source file collaboration software. With Nextcloud you can sync & share your files, calendars, contacts and more.

It offers safe, secure, and compliant sharing solution based on standards compatible with any operating system. Most importantly, all your data that is stored on our Nextcloud instance is encrypted! This means that no one is able to see the content of your files if not explicitly allowed by you. Not even the system administrators.

Currently we offer 4GB FREE account for anyone. If you need more space please get in contact with us.

https://cloud.disroot.org

Project Homepage: "https://nextcloud.com"

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Nextcloud is not only a file sharing service. It is also a great solution for collaborative file editing, calendars, contacts, and more. The open character of the platform gives endless possibilities for community development and extra features.

Feature highlights:

Encryption:

All your files that are stored on the disroot cloud are encrypted with encryption keys generated from your password. No-one, not even system administrators* can see the content of your files. The administrator can only see the file's name, its size and its mime-type (what kind of file it is: video, text, etc).

!!! IMPORTANT WARNING !!!

In case you forget your password you won't be able to recover your files unless you select Password recovery option in your "Personal" settings. This however means that you give admins theoretically, permission to access your files. The safest way is to never loose your password and always have your files backed up elsewhere. Please refer to this tutorial.

Federation

Thanks to federation you can link and share your folders with anyone using other Nextcloud (or ownCloud) instances other then Disroot.

Mobile and Desktop Syncing

Access your data on any platform. Use the Android or iOS clients to work with your files on the go, or synchronize your favorite folders seamlessly between your desktop and laptop devices.

Sharing and access control

The easy web interface allows you to share files with other users within disroot, to create and send password protected public links, to let others upload files to your cloud and to get notifications on your phone and desktop when a user on another cloud server shares files directly with you. And you can do all these things from the desktop or mobile clients, too.

Calendars and Contacts

Share your calendar/s with other Nextloud users or groups on your Nextcloud server, easily and quickly. Store your contacts in Nextloud and share them among your devices so you always have access to the most important information no matter which device you are currently on.

Galleries

Share photo galleries with friends and family. Give them access to upload pictures, view and download them. Send a link to whoever you choose, and control whether they can share those photos with anyone else.

Tasks

Organize and manage your tasks. Thanks to open caldav standard, you can sync your tasks across all your devices.

Notes

Create notes, share and sync them with all your devices.

Collaborative pads

Etherpad and ethercalc management from within nextcloud. (remember all your pads are stored indefinitely on the server)

News

RSS/Atom feed aggregator. You can keep track and manage all your feeds in one place, and sync them across multiple devices and clients.

Bookmarks

A bookmark manager for Nextcloud. Save your favourite pages and sync across your devices.

App Order

Organize the order of your preferred apps. Hide the ones you don't use.

Circles

Create your own groups of users/colleagues/friends to easily share content with. Your circles can be public, private (require invite though visible to others) or secret (require password and invisible).

Spreed calls

Audio/video conference calls. Securely communicate with your friends and family using rich audio and video from your browser. All calls are peer 2 peer utilizing WebRTC technology so the only bottleneck is your local internet speed rather then Disroot's server resources.

Checksum app

Allows users to create a hash checksum of a file. Possible algorithms are md5, sha1, sha256, sha384, sha512 and crc32.