13 posts from October 2012

A fresh-looking Design Blog

By Inayaili de León Persson, 30 October 2012

It’s been a long time coming, but we’ve finally done it: the Design Blog has a new look! Let me take you through the main aspects we wanted to improve on. Why change? The last blog design was nearly four years old. With its…

The new Juju GUI: because a picture paints a thousand words

By Mark Baker, 29 October 2012

Hardened sysadmins and operators often spurn graphical user interfaces (GUIs) as being slow, cumbersome, unscriptable and inflexible. GUIs are for wimps, right? Well, I’m not going to argue – and certainly, command line…

Top 10 questions about Ubuntu Server

By Canonical, 26 October 2012

What’s different about Ubuntu Server? Is it secure enough to use in my business? Will it work on my hardware? Whether you’ve already deployed Ubuntu in your business or are just starting to consider it, we know that you’re bound to have…

Get the lowdown on enterprise computing at Ubuntu Insights

By Canonical, 23 October 2012

If you’re considering the adoption of new technology in your business, there’s a new resource launching today that could give you everything you need to make the right decisions in what can be confusing and sometimes costly field. With…

The UDS Design Track

By Canonical, 22 October 2012

One week to go! We’re looking forward to UDS. For me personally it will be my first and I’m thrilled to check out all the interesting sessions and hear your stories about Ubuntu and design. There will also be a very exciting…

Ubuntu Server 12.10: all you need for cloud

By Canonical, 18 October 2012

Ubuntu 12.10 Server gives cloud developers and enterprises easy access to the latest open cloud technology, including OpenStack Folsom Canonical today announces that Ubuntu Server 12.10 will be available for download on the 18th October…

Ubuntu 12.10 breaks down the barrier between the PC and the web

By Canonical, 18 October 2012

Ubuntu 12.10 integrates the desktop and the Internet, enabling people to easily access content and applications – whether the live locally or online. Ubuntu 12.10 makes it possible to integrate the most popular web-based applications…

Manage thousands of desktops, servers and cloud instances with Landscape

By Canonical, 17 October 2012

Landscape provides a single, easy-to-use, browser-based control panel, through which you can manage your machines from anywhere. With a fully scriptable API, you can integrate it with your current Linux management tools, extending their…

Searching in the Dash in Ubuntu 12.10 – an Update

By Canonical, 12 October 2012

The “More suggestions” feature (aka the shopping lens) in the Ubuntu 12.10 release, brings the Dash a few steps closer to becoming that go to place for immediate access to “stuff” – whether it resides on the device, in the cloud or…

Contributions come in many forms

By Canonical, 9 October 2012

Canonical and the Ubuntu community have established a solid position for Ubuntu in the worlds of desktop, server and now cloud computing. We’re continuing to innovate in these areas, nimbly adapting to new ways of computing in a cloud-…

What is OpenStack

By Canonical, 8 October 2012

OpenStack is big news. Canonical’s crack team of cloud experts explain why it’s going to change your business for good.

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…