All libraries currently using Koha, Koha enthusiasts and the Koha-curious are welcomed!
Some of our more recent achievements for clients and the work we do around free and open source software
Catalyst, the New Zealand-based, global open source company, today announced that Sara Brownlie has agreed to join the Catalyst board as an external director.
Whanganui Library was the first public library of New Zealand to quietly leave the Kōtui consortium in 2017. In March they put out an RFP for a new Library Management System, to which we responded
By now you will likely have heard about these two new security vulnerabilities, which affect most modern processors. We are treating these issues as high priority.
Who has legal jurisdiction over cloud data? As cloud providers ourselves, we've been watching this issue with interest over the last couple of years.
Catalyst Cloud is pleased to welcome Silicon Systems to our reseller network.
Silicon Systems will be reselling Catalyst Cloud, taking advantage of our competitive pricing and low latency, while while maintaining their prime vendor relationship with their customers.
Find out what's new in Koha 17.11.
Today in Sydney, OpenStack public cloud providers from around the world, in collaboration with the OpenStack foundation, launched the OpenStack Public Cloud Passport program.
We released the latest version of the ePortfolio platform Mahara on 30 October 2017. Mahara 17.10 comes with a number of new features for learners, educators, assessors, and administrators.
Don't miss out - our 20th birthday celebration is coming up fast! Learn how open source and open data are powering innovation, and how your organisation can be part of it.
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