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This year, the Dutch mobile messaging and collaboration specialist Zarafa, is the only ‘collaboration sponsor’ of the Red Hat & JBoss EMEA
Partner Summit that takes places in Valencia (Spain), May 2nd to 5th 2010. This year's Summit will strongly focus on the ecosystem and
collaboration. For the third year in a row Zarafa sponsors this premier open source technology partner conference.
At her booth Zarafa will showcase the ActiveSync compatibility of its open source mail and calendaring platform that enables businesses to
synchronize their groupware data with Windows Mobile, Google Android, Nokia mobiles and iPhones and the full integration with the
BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
Zarafa has been in collaboration with Red Hat since 2006 to deliver advanced solutions to joint customers in Europe like St. Antonius Hospital in Nieuwegein, the Catholic Church in Germany and several municipalities and universities in Belgium. Customers are provided with an opportunity to benefit from a combined solution, incorporating Zarafa’s email platform and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Follow this hyperlink for more information about the Red Hat & JBoss EMEA Partner Summit:
Red Hat will be an Advanced Sponsor of the Zarafa Summercamp 2010. This 2-day, international event, will be held in Brussels on Thursday 17th and Friday 18th of June 2010 and is yearly visited by hundreds of software developers, community members, business and technology
partners, customers and journalists.
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Mirjam Scholtes, Communication & PR Manager
Tel: +31 (0)15 2517710, mobile +31 (0)6 55114984
Join the Zarafa Summercamp on the 17th and 18th of June 2010 in Brussels: www.zarafa.com/summercamp2010. Contact Mirjam Scholtes for registration.
Zarafa is a fast-growing international Linux-based messaging and groupware vendor.
The Zarafa Collaboration Suite is an open and compatible groupware platform that can be used as a drop-in Microsoft Exchange replacement for mail, calendaring, collaboration and tasks. It includes IMAP/POP3 and iCal/CalDAV capabilities, the ability to integrate with existing Linux mail servers and a web-based access by means of an AJAX-based web client.
It is the only groupware platform that includes open source ActiveSync compatibility, which enables organizations to have remote synchronization and push mail for iPhones, Windows Mobile, Google Android and Nokia’s Mail for Exchange. Zarafa also offers full integration with the Blackberry Enterprise Server.
Zarafa’s head office is in Delft, The Netherlands and the company also has offices in Stuttgart, Hannover and Belo Horizonte (Brazil). It has a overall 5,000 customers, most large customers in government with enterprise and SMB segments making up the rest. More information is available at http://www.zarafa.com.
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