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RunLibre partners with Zentyal to offer Linux server solutions for SMBs in the Reunión island

February 16th, 2011

Zentyal, developer of the Linux small business server of the same name, announced today a partnership agreement with RunLibre. RunLibre is a French open-source software company, located in the Reunión island, that offers small and medium-sized enterprises network solutions based on open-source software. The services offered by the company include project planning, consultancy, installation and technical support for the deployed computer systems.

“I’ve always worked with command line interface with Linux servers, but many customers are shy in front of a system without Windows and a mouse. To make this operating system more user friendly, I looked for a program with graphical user interface to manage a Linux server” said Mak Po Pan, RunLibre CEO. He added, “Having tested Zentyal, I am convinced that the product is successful, reliable and professional. Moreover, Zentyal Cloud allows higher level of server management.”

“RunLibre represents a new, complete approach to SMB’s, integrating Open Source from the server deployment to the groupware and VoIP solutions. They provide a tested and comprehensive solution for companies that want an IT infrastructure free of license restrictions, that works seamlessly out-of-the-box” said Mateo Burillo, Partner Manager at Zentyal.

As an Authorized Zentyal Partner, RunLibre will offer its customers certified support and services to install, integrate and maintain Zentyal-based server installations. In addition, RunLibre completes their service offering with disaster recovery service and advanced security updates that guarantee the security of their customers’ installations.

About RunLibre
RunLibre is a French open-source software company, located in the Reunión island, that offers small and medium-sized enterprises network solutions based on open-source software. The services offered by the company include project planning, consultancy, installation and technical support for the deployed computer systems. As a service company, RunLibre does not sell computer hardware. By following the technical specifications provided by the company, RunLibre’s customers can continue acquiring their computer hardware from their favorite supplier. Thus they can save the services of an additional intermediary.
More information about RunLibre: www.runlibre.fr