Ubuntu Desktop for the enterprise

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Canonical

on 21 September 2012

Ubuntu has become a serious contender for businesses looking for desktop alternatives. As an open-source system, it offers huge licensing savings over proprietary technologies. And it’s far leaner and easier to customise, which helps you minimise management costs and get more from your older hardware. This paper looks at three key areas where Ubuntu delivers compelling technical benefits for your business: productivity; security; and management and support.

 

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