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9 posts from April 2011

Latest Ubuntu offers businesses added cloud features and sleek new desktop interface

By Canonical, 28 April 2011

Canonical today announced availability on April 28 of the Ubuntu 11.04 suite of products for businesses. Spanning corporate and developer desktops, servers and the leading open-source cloud implementation, Ubuntu 11.04 offers businesses of…

Ubuntu transforms your PC experience

By Canonical, 28 April 2011

Canonical today announced the upcoming release of the Ubuntu operating system on April 28, 2011 for public download. Ubuntu 11.04 introduces Unity, Ubuntu’s new interface, which is simpler, easier to use and more beautiful than previous…

A fresh new look for Ubuntu.com

By Inayaili de León Persson, 28 April 2011

Natty Narwhal isn’t the only thing new today in Ubuntu. Along with it, and as you may have already noticed, we have updated some areas of the Ubuntu website, including a fresh new homepage. What’s new? This overhaul of the website focuses…

A fresh new look for Ubuntu.com

By Inayaili de León Persson, 28 April 2011

Natty Narwhal isn’t the only thing new today in Ubuntu. Along with it, and as you may have already noticed, we have updated some areas of the Ubuntu website, including a fresh new homepage. What’s new? This overhaul of the website focuses…

Unity Benchmark Usability – April 2011

By Canonical, 22 April 2011

First and last impressions of Unity were that it was quite user-friendly, and pleasing in its design and ease of learning. The majority of participants left the session with very positive feelings and were looking forward to Unity’s…

AdAction drives ad-serving performance with Ubuntu and Membase Server

By Canonical, 14 April 2011

New server-side solution delivers high throughput and zero downtime Summary AdAction, a leader in the ad-serving business, tracks consumer behaviour online and delivers the right adverts to the right people at the right time. To achieve…

ShipIt comes to an end

By Canonical, 5 April 2011

It’s with some regret that we are announcing the end of the ShipIt Programme and the CD distributor programme. When we started ShipIt in 2005 broadband was still a marketing promise even in the most connected parts of the most developed…

LVM convert 10,000 corporate desktops to ubuntu with services from Canonical

By Canonical, 5 April 2011

Canonical today announced the successful migration of 10 000 desktops to Ubuntu by German insurance company LVM Versicherung. The project was undertaken with consulting from Canonical’s professional services team and will receive…

Narwhal spotted at Lambeth Bridge

By Canonical, 1 April 2011

We always knew Google Maps was good! Google Maps did prove its accuracy; when we looked out of the window from the 27th floor down towards <a…