Saturday, March 26. 2011
OpenLDAP 2.4.25 is now officially out. Download now and review the final changes list:
Saturday, February 12. 2011
OpenLDAP 2.4.24 is now officially out. Download now and review the final changes list:
Monday, November 15. 2010
North-east IT and telecoms support specialist, the Suretec Group, has become the first dedicated internet telephony service provider in Scotland, with the launch of a new company division, SureVoIP.
The creation of SureVoIP – a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service provider – follows Suretec securing approval from UK communications industry regulatory body, Ofcom, to assign UK telephone numbers.
As an Ofcom regulated VoIP provider with its own telephone number allocations, SureVoIP has been approved to assign phone numbers to clients across the UK and Northern Ireland. The company can also supply global numbers for at least 60 countries.
This is a unique offer within the Scottish market, as other internet telephony specialists within the country must act as ‘middle-men’ between the client and an approved service provider. The result is that SureVoIP and its partners have higher control over costs and can offer preferential and transparent rates that are to the benefit of clients.
Continue reading "NORTH EAST IT COMPANY BECOMES COUNTRY’S FIRST DEDICATED INTERNET TELEPHONY SERVICE PROVIDER"
Tuesday, October 12. 2010
Everyone involved in the directory sector and OpenLDAP has been seeing lots more enquiries to migrate from Sun Directory to OpenLDAP as the future of Sun Directory, now Oracle owns Sun is becoming a concern, as is their new pricing model. We obviously have experience doing this and migration from any other directory server.
If you want to convert your enterprise directory from a proprietary and expensive closed-source supplier to OpenLDAP, a modern, more efficient, and less expensive Open Source software solution please do contact us.
Our partners Symas also have a Directory Services Upgrade Program that we can do for you in the UK:
Convert your Enterprise Directory from a proprietary and expensive closed-source supplier to OpenLDAP, a modern, more efficient, and less expensive Open Source software solution. Typically, enterprises dramatically reduce their annual cost converting to OpenLDAP from Sun, Oracle, Netscape, or iPlanet Directory Services products. The workload requires half or less the power and capacity for substantially improved performance. This is a relatively easy transition to make because LDAPv3 is highly standardized and OpenLDAP conforms to the most demanding requirements of the Internet Standards (RFC[?] 4511 and related RFCs)..
Please do contact us.
Posted by Suretec in Linux, OpenLDAP, Open Source, Suretec at 11:31 | Comments (0) | Trackbacks (0)
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Thursday, July 1. 2010
OpenLDAP 2.4.23 is now officially out. Download now and review the final changes list:
Tuesday, May 25. 2010
Two bits of important news today:
"For those of you who use libcurl in your own applications, you may be interested to know that I've written a new LDAP[?] implementation for libcurl." - Howard Chu from Symas
Shutdown of the OpenLDAP-Software list in favor of the OpenLDAP-Technical list
So when you post to email@example.com don't get scared, nothing has happened to OpenLDAP!
Tuesday, April 27. 2010
Our Communications Provider Identity ("CUPID") code application has been processed by Ofcom and we just received our number of 291.
The start of many good things to come with our own VoIP provider SureVoIP (brand and website being worked on now). We're also listed as an ITSP at ITSPA.
Posted by Suretec in Asterisk, Catalyst, Dojo, FreeSWITCH, Jabber/XMPP, Linux, OpenLDAP, OpenSIPS, Open Source, Perl, PostgreSQL, SIP, Suretec, VoIP at 12:13 | Comments (0) | Trackbacks (0)
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Monday, April 26. 2010
OpenLDAP 2.4.22 is now officially out. Download now and review the final changes list:
Thursday, March 4. 2010
A quick note to say we will be attending UC Expo - The UK's leading Business Enterprise Communications Event.
I know we've been very quiet this year, but there's a good reason for this. Keep your eyes pealed for a big announcement in the next few months about our new VoIP provider (Internet Telephony Service Provider) - SureVoIP (redirects to main site for now).
Thursday, December 17. 2009
It's taken us a while to get round to ordering one of these Yubikeys from Yubico, but they do look great and have lots of documentation via the wiki.
We're going to be testing them via the pam module for SSH access (and of course using pam_ldap).
So, users in LDAP[?] via pam, and a Yubikey, let's see how it goes!
(will be interesting for logging in a SIP handset via Asterisk or FreeSWITCH that needs one too and all the others technologies Suretec use and support (Catalyst, Perl, PostgresSQL, Squid and more....). We'll see....
Posted by Gavin Henry in Asterisk, Catalyst, Jabber/XMPP, OpenLDAP, OpenSIPS, Open Source, Perl, PostgreSQL, SIP, Squid, Suretec, VoIP at 15:39 | Comments (0) | Trackback (1)
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Friday, October 23. 2009
Andreas Andersson posted this on the openldap technical list last week about CN=Montior:
Looks very promising!!!
Will keep you posted,
Tuesday, October 20. 2009
We founded the TechMeetup because there is an abundance of events for entrepreneurs to meet investors and lawyers, and next to nothing for techies and tech. Considering the wealth of tech talent around (yes you), why haven’t we made the effort before to get to know everyone – see what else everyone is working on – get help on our projects from others – and talk about some of the cool stuff we’re doing – web apps, software, mobile apps, hardware, games…
I'll be there at the Aberdeen Techmeetup 6.30pm tomorrow:
TIME: Wed, 21th Oct, 6.30pm
VENUE: North Side Meston Building, Aberdeen Uni (map)
SPEAKERS: Gavin MacLean, James Littlejohn
Friday, October 16. 2009
It's been a long process, almost 6 weeks, what with the new laws regarding PCI DSS compliance as of the 1st of October 2009, PCI DSS Scans, Business plans, website terms and connditions and many more things we have a merchant account at last!!!
This is mainly for our new Internet Telephony Service Provider called SureVoIP which is currently live with various customers but has no front facing sales and marketing site yet, only the admin and customer portal.
We'll keep you posted with a proper press release in due course.
Posted by Gavin Henry in Asterisk, Catalyst, Dojo, Jabber/XMPP, Linux, OpenLDAP, OpenSIPS, Open Source, Perl, PostgreSQL, SIP, Squid, Suretec, VoIP at 13:16 | Comments (0) | Trackbacks (0)
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Tuesday, October 6. 2009
OpenLDAP 2.4.19 is now officially out. Download now and review the final changes list:
Keep an eye on the Symas Release Notices site for when Symas OpenLDAP is at 2.4.19.
Monday, August 17. 2009
Updated LDAP RFCs drafts - "LDAP as a Network Information Service" and "Password Policy for LDAP Directories"
As OpenLDAP sets the standard for being the most standards based LDAP[?] directory, you'll be pleased to know that our partners Symas are keeping everyone updated about the wonderful world of collaboration in the LDAP world and in the process updating some much needed draft RFCs.
So, when you've got a second have a read of:
Password Policy for LDAP Directories - draft-behera-ldap[?]-password-policy-10.txt
An Approach for Using LDAP as a Network Information Service - draft-howard-rfc2307bis-02.txt
Posted by Gavin Henry in OpenLDAP, Open Source, Suretec at 10:10 | Comments (0) | Trackbacks (0)
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