CalConnect welcomes Oath LLC as a member of the Consortium. Oath, based in New York City, is a Verizon company formed from AOL and several other companies. AOL is now a brand of Oath, which will be the CalConnect member going forward.
CalConnect welcomes EGroupware GmbH as a member of the consortium. EGroupware, based in Kaiserslautern, Germany, is an open source groupware which contains a CalDAV and CardDAV server. EGroupware also offers a SAAS hosting for it.
CalConnect welcomes Simpliday as a member of the consortium. Simpliday, based in Malmö, Sweden, believes that the calendar is the best interface for day-to-day interaction for the user, and offers an all-in-one calendar that's "more than just a calendar".
Cronofy, our newest member, has blogged about their experience coming to their first CalConnect event in Hong Kong last month, and about their reasons for joining CalConnect and participating in our work: https://www.cronofy.com/blog/cronofy-joins-calconnect/.
CalConnect welcomes Cronofy as a member of the consortium. Cronofy, based in Nottingham, United Kingdom, provides a unified calendar API to allow application developers to integrate their apps and services with calendar services.
CalConnect welcomes Open-Xchange to the Consortium. Open-Xchange, headquartered in Palo Alto, California, offers OX App Suite, a device independent, highly scalable middleware platform that integrates messaging, collaboration and third-party cloud-based applications into a single browser interface.