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154 posts from 2012

Windows 8 migration? Let’s open the debate

By Canonical, 8 October 2012

It’s the CIO’s nightmare scenario. The chief executive boots up on a Monday morning and spits coffee and pastry as he struggles in vain to find the essential application feature once close to his fingertips. The look and layout of a vital…

Cloud glossary and definitions

By Canonical, 8 October 2012

Cloud has created its own vocabulary, with new words and phrases to describe technologies, practices and concepts that had scarcely been imagined five or ten years ago. And while everyone can agree on the definition of some of them, others…

The business case: open source maturity

By Canonical, 26 September 2012

Like nearly all companies around the world, our business has benefited massively from open source technology. Samba has helped us allow Windows users upload and share their work on the company intranet. The intranet webservers themselves…

Open cloud computing: mergers and aquisitions

By Canonical, 26 September 2012

Welcome to our new blog series. Over the next couple of months (at least) we’re going to take a look at the open cloud and what it means for businesses like yours. We believe there are lots of benefits to a genuine open cloud solution. And…

Cloud computing primer

By nickbarcet, 26 September 2012

Our ebook is about making the cloud as straight forward as possible. If you want to reap the benefits of the open cloud but don’t know exactly where to start then you’re in the right place. This could be your first step towards…

Ubuntu Server Edition for the enterprise

By Canonical, 21 September 2012

In this white paper, we’ll take a look at how Ubuntu’s unique dual-release cycle can bring the best innovations from the open-source world to your test and development machines. We’ll also examine the rigorous testing and quality assurance…

Ubuntu Desktop for the enterprise

By Canonical, 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…

Five golden rules for Ubuntu migration

By Canonical, 21 September 2012

The enterprise desktop is ripe for change. And if you’re thinking about how to make it happen then our latest guide is for you. This new, free ebook will show you why moving to Ubuntu is easier than you think. It’s really not…

Crunch time on the enterprise desktop

By Canonical, 21 September 2012

The enterprise desktop is ripe for change. With support for Windows XP coming to an end, it’s time to find a better way. This ebook is about that better way. It’s a short, easy-to-read guide to why Ubuntu is a better choice…

Bancard streamlines PCI compliance with Canonical’s Landscape

By Canonical, 21 September 2012

Landscape centralises management of Ubuntu servers to increase efficiency and support compliance with financial industry regulations Summary NA Bancard provides fully managed, cost-effective payment processing services, enabling US…

Server Density deploys Ubuntu to deliver server and website monitoring as a service

By Canonical, 21 September 2012

Ubuntu helps Server Density developers innovate services, streamline server admin and increase security Summary Server Density delivers server and website monitoring as a fully managed service, delivering significant infrastructure and…

Quetzal is taking flight & update on Ubuntu secure boot plans

By Jon Melamut, 20 September 2012

Development on Ubuntu 12.10 is wrapping up, with another beta release due on September 27th. Blog posts and reviews of the user-facing features are already hitting the Internet, there has also been a lot of important work done lower in the…