Migration

Cloud and server

Live Migration in LXD

By Canonical on 6 May 2015

There has been a lot of interest on the various mailing lists as well as internally at Canonical about the state of migration in LXD, so I thought I’d write a bit about the current state of affairs. Migration in LXD today passes the…

There has been a lot of interest on the various mailing lists as well as internally at Canonical about the state of migration in LXD, so I thought I’d write a bit about the current state of affairs. Migration in LXD today passes the…

Desktop

What are the management factors in planning a migration from Windows to Ubuntu?

By Canonical on 7 January 2013

Best of our webinars – (From the Ubuntu: The Desktop of the Future webinar @ 29.25 min) ANSWER Large scale migrations from Windows to Linux desktop can be done well. But some very ambitious projects to move to an open source desktop…

Best of our webinars – (From the Ubuntu: The Desktop of the Future webinar @ 29.25 min) ANSWER Large scale migrations from Windows to Linux desktop can be done well. But some very ambitious projects to move to an open source desktop…

Desktop

Windows 8 part 3: Don’t let legacy apps block the benefits of open source

By Canonical on 4 December 2012

Hidden away in the dark corner of every business there are monsters that scare the bejesus out of many an IT manager. They are little legacy applications, often unsupported by their creators, running on old spreadsheets, an ageing Access…

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Windows 8 part 2: Licensing complexity

By Canonical on 12 November 2012

Last time we talked about how Windows 8 brings a dramatic shift to user experience. Today we’re going to explore whether businesses can escape the Window’s licensing complexity for a simpler, more cost-effective approach. It comes round…

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

By Canonical on 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…

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Windows 8 migration? Let’s open the debate

By Canonical on 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…

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Five golden rules for Ubuntu migration

By Canonical on 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…

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Crunch time on the enterprise desktop

By Canonical on 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…

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

By Canonical on 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…

Cloud and server

Capgemini deploys hybrid thin client solution with Ubuntu Advantage

By Canonical on 6 September 2012

Summary Capgemini’s Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) solutions have helped some of the world’s largest, multinational corporations transform their business processes in the areas of finance and accounting, customer operations management,…

Ubuntu Server: the best choice for business

By Canonical on 13 March 2012

Leading Linux-based operating system Ubuntu Server is engineered to support the needs of business in 21st century. In this why paper we look at 11 top reasons why we think Ubuntu is the ideal choice of operating system to support…

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Open source: an educated decision

By Canonical on 20 May 2011

In this white paper, we de-bunk the myths that proprietary companies have built up to discredit open-source technology, explaining how it can help schools, colleges and universities reduce costs, improve IT performance, and prepare…