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The rise of the Digital Smart Kiosk

By Guest, 9 November 2018

This is a guest blog by Jody Smith, Product Manager at Broadsign. The world’s increasing demand for quick, personalised service often clashes with budgetary concerns and the limited throughput that individual workers are capable of.…

Samsung announce Linux on DeX with Ubuntu: for developers on the move

By Canonical, 8 November 2018

The Samsung Developer Conference, held this week in San Francisco, brings creators together to discover and learn about the latest technologies in Samsung’s portfolio and further afield. One of the technologies showcased, following the…

Keep legacy applications secure with Extended Security Maintenance

By James Nunns, 8 November 2018

Application updates come and go, often they provide your business with added value, but sometimes an update isn’t what is needed or wanted for a legacy application. Choosing not to update an application can cause issues. Often, that…

KubeCon and CloudNativeCon

By James Nunns, 7 November 2018

This December, Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, will be present at KubeCon and CloudNativeCon in Seattle. The team at Ubuntu will be out in force showcasing their work across Kubernetes and containers and highlighting what makes…

How Ubuntu is at the forefront of security & compliance

By Alex Cattle, 6 November 2018

Whether it is HIPAA, MiFID II or GDPR, the importance of being compliant cannot be underestimated. Protecting your customers and avoiding the significant financial and reputational ramifications that threaten non-compliant organisations,…

A guide to snap permissions and interfaces

By Alex Murray, 1 November 2018

Snap is a Linux application package management system which allow developers to easily publish self contained software packages (snaps) that work across many distributions and versions of Linux. Snaps have security at their heart, and are…

Canonical’s Distribution of Kubernetes supported on Arm architecture

By Canonical, 1 November 2018

Today, Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, announces that Canonical’s Distribution of Kubernetes (CDK) is now commercially available and supported on processors and servers based on 64-bit Arm® v8-A architecture. The data centre is…

Statement on the IBM acquisition of Red Hat

By Mark Shuttleworth, 30 October 2018

Over the past two years, many prominent Red Hat customers have selected Ubuntu and engaged Canonical to build leaner, more efficient open source infrastructure and solutions for important new initiatives. Among them we count the world’s…

OpenStack Summit Berlin

By Canonical, 29 October 2018

Event Details Date: November 13 – 15, 2018 Location: Berlin, Germany Venue: CityCube Booth: B10 OpenStack Summit Berlin Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, is headlining the main event of the season, OpenStack Summit Berlin, November 13…

Low latency and real-time kernels for telco and NFV

By Canonical, 26 October 2018

The kernel is the fundamental core of a computer operating system. It is the first program to load, and it manages all core functions of the computer. With the expanding role of the Linux kernel in systems today, Canonical is often asked…

Ubuntu Advantage successfully passes MSPCV cloud certification process

By Canonical, 25 October 2018

Canonical is pleased to share that it’s TechOps team has successfully completed the MSP Cloud Verify Program (MSPCV) certification process which recognises the quality of companies offering cloud and/or managed services. The MSPCV,…

Canonical and Ubuntu – user statistics

By James Nunns, 20 October 2018

Most stories are pretty clear and straightforward, heroes, villains, friends, enemies. There’s clear lines as to who is involved with who and what is going on. Then you arrive at the story of Canonical and Ubuntu and things aren’t quite so…