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13 posts from April 2013

Ubuntu 13.04 in context

By Canonical, 26 April 2013

The past couple of years have seen a fundamental shift in the way enterprise IT is done. This trend started with the consumerisation of corporate devices, and the gradual introduction of BYOD policies. This has paved the way to the “user…

Responding to orientation

By Canonical, 26 April 2013

We have just published a new chapter on our App Design Guides : how to handle orientation. To cater for the different orientations of a range of touch devices, we need to design apps for Ubuntu in a responsive way. Phone orientations The…

Ubuntu 13.04 delivers OpenStack with high availability, scalable storage and big data deployment capabilities

By Canonical, 25 April 2013

Ubuntu 13.04 offers a complete solution for building highly available, flexible and secure OpenStack production clouds with scale out storage, networking and compute capabilities.

Designing in the open

By Canonical, 17 April 2013

On Tuesday 9th of April I gave a little talk at Mozilla’s “Designing in the Open” event. Along with the rest of the speakers I was asked to prepare a 10 – 15 minutes talk and to be prepared for a discussion to follow. In preparation…

Enterprise cloud computing with Ubuntu on Windows Azure

By Canonical, 16 April 2013

The emergence of public cloud computing has changed the IT landscape for developers and enterprises, making it significantly easier and more cost effective to develop and deploy new applications, services and infrastructure. Enterprises…

Enterprise Cloud Computing with Ubuntu on Windows Azure

By Canonical, 16 April 2013

The emergence of public cloud computing has changed the IT landscape for developers and enterprises, making it significantly easier and more cost effective to develop and deploy new applications, services and infrastructure. Enterprises…

Spring cleaning ubuntu.com

By Inayaili de León Persson, 16 April 2013

Yesterday we’ve launched an updated version of ubuntu.com, which we hope will improve navigation throughout the site and provide visitors with a better understanding of what Ubuntu is. Research is an important part of what we do, and…

Core utility apps visual exploration

By Canonical, 12 April 2013

Hi everyone, following our process post last week I’m excited to share the first round of visual exploration for three of our core utility apps; clock, weather and calendar (calculator and an updated notepad soon too I promise!). It is…

Ubuntu makes a splash in media

By Canonical, 11 April 2013

The Chinese government has selected Canonical’s Ubuntu as the basis for a new reference architecture for a Chinese OS in order to provide a flexible, open, widely-used and standardised operating system. Moreover, The China Software and…

Rapid progress keeps development on target

By Canonical, 11 April 2013

An interview with Richard Collins, product manager for Ubuntu phones.

The design vision for Ubuntu

By Canonical, 11 April 2013

An interview with Marcus Haslam, head of brand and visual design at Canonical.

Moonshot: a milestone in hyperscale

By Canonical, 9 April 2013

Hyperscale will completely change the way enterprises design, deploy and manage servers…