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27 posts from July 2013

Notice of security breach on Ubuntu Forums site

By Jane Silber, 21 July 2013

There has been a security breach on the Ubuntu Forums site, ubuntuforums.org. We take information security and user privacy very seriously, and apologise for the breach and ensuing inconvenience. At this time, We have confirmed the…

Ratnadeep Bhattacharjee joins Canonical

By Mark Baker, 18 July 2013

We are pleased to announce a seriously good addition to the our product team: Ratnadeep (Deep) Bhattacharjee. Deep joins Canonical as Director of Cloud Product Management from VMware where he led its Cloud Infrastructure Platform effort…

Shorts visual exploration

By Canonical, 18 July 2013

Hey After all the work we have done on the Rituals app designs it was time to start exploring other core apps. I thought it would be good to share with you our recent exploration of the RSS Reader App. Please note that those are only the…

OpenStack is 3

By Mark Baker, 17 July 2013

In April at the OpenStack Summit, Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth quipped “My OpenStack, how you’ve grown” as a reference to the thousands of people in the room. OpenStack is indeed growing up and it seems incredible…

MTN Group joins Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group

By Canonical, 16 July 2013

The newest member of Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group is MTN Group, Africa’s largest multinational mobile telecoms provider operating in 21 countries across the region. MTN has a significant number of business customers who can benefit from…

See your photos and illustrations in Ubuntu 13.10

By Canonical, 12 July 2013

Each cycle we get together as a community to select some fine default wallpapers for the new release of Ubuntu. Your pictures and illustrations could be in the 13.10!

Verizon Wireless joins Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group

By Canonical, 11 July 2013

Verizon Wireless is the latest member to join the Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group. Verizon Wireless is the largest mobile network operator in the US and being able to work closely with them gives us an opportunity to shape Ubuntu into the…

China Unicom joins Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group

By Canonical, 8 July 2013

We’re delighted that China Unicom has joined the Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group to shape the priorities of the Ubuntu team delivering our mobile experience. China Unicom is among the world’s largest mobile operators and has nearly 300…

HP ProLiant Ubuntu Server download

By Canonical, 3 July 2013

Welcome to HP customers Thank you for choosing Ubuntu and purchasing your support from HP. This page is where you can download your Ubuntu Server software and learn more how Ubuntu can work for you. Download Ubuntu Server* * Please note…

Technical guide for HP laptops

By Hardik Dalwadi, 3 July 2013

Modifying any technical settings puts your data at risk, so we strongly recommend you contact an HP service centre for guidance (call +91 9696 153 153 or email upic_hpsupport@hp.com). If you must make changes yourself, please read this…

Smartfren joins Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group

By Canonical, 3 July 2013

Today we can announce PT Smartfren Telecom as the newest member of the Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group. The CAG is a forum for mobile operators to influence the development of Ubuntu for smartphones. Smartfren is the largest mobile internet…

Create trusted compute pools in the cloud

By Mark Baker, 2 July 2013

Security is a big topic and concerns about security in the cloud is often cited by enterprises as a reason for not migrating workloads… .featured-article a.button { display: none; }