Ubuntu and HP: a successful team in the education sector

by Canonical on 11 December 2013

Ubuntu and Hewlett-Packard have shipped over one and a half million laptops directly into education. These were bought by both individuals, and institutions. In India’s northern state of Uttar Pradesh the government knows that investing in …


Landscape updates Ubuntu with hyperscale management

by Canonical on 12 September 2013

Today we’re introducing some new features into Ubuntu’s systems management and monitoring tool, Landscape. Organisations will now be able to use Landscape to manage Hyperscale environments ranging from ARM to x86 low-power designs, adding to Landscape’s …

Cloud and server

Cyberport offers innovative cloud-based services for Hong Kong’s technology entrepreneurs

by Canonical on 21 May 2013

OpenStack and Ubuntu provide secure, cost-effective cloud infrastructure Summary To give local start-ups and entrepreneurs access to infrastructure and services on demand, Hong Kong’s digital community Cyberport built a new, open-source cloud computing environment on OpenStack …


Canonical announces certification and support for the latest Dell PowerEdge servers

by Canonical on 11 March 2013

Canonical today announced that it has signed a collaborative engineering agreement with Dell to support Ubuntu 12.04 LTS across the full range of Dell’s latest 12th generation PowerEdge Servers for Ubuntu Advantage customers. Over 45 Dell …

Phone and tablet

Developers get the full support they need

by Canonical on 15 February 2013

An interview with David Planella, Ubuntu Community and David Pitkin, Online Services Native and HTML5 apps.

Cloud and server

Your questions answered: the best of our webinars Q&A

by Mark Baker on 12 November 2012

What protection is available against my organisation infringing another company’s intellectual property when we use open source software? (Question covered in the Ubuntu Cloud webinar) ANSWER The question is a serious one. Thousands of developers from …

Cloud and server

Bancard streamlines PCI compliance with Canonical’s Landscape

by Canonical on 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 businesses to accept non-cash payments in store, online, …

Cloud and server

Landscape update improves ROI and compliance for Ubuntu in the enterprise

by Canonical on 13 September 2012

New data suggests Landscape users can expect a return of more than 1,000% over five years Canonical today announces a significant update to Landscape, its enterprise-grade systems management tool for large deployments of Ubuntu desktops, servers …

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, human resources, procurement, supply chain management, …

Cloud and server

Canonical launches technical support for Ubuntu on most popular public clouds

by Canonical on 28 July 2011

Full support and systems management services from the Ubuntu experts ready to go for most popular OS on the open public cloud Canonical today announces the launch of Ubuntu Advantage Cloud Guest, a set of technical …

Cloud and server

Canonical announces the Ubuntu Advantage Partner Programme for resellers

by Canonical on 25 July 2011

Global network of Canonical partner organisations to bring local delivery of services to businesses deploying Ubuntu London 25th July 2011: Canonical today announces the launch of its new Ubuntu Advantage (UA) partner programme, designed to help …


LVM convert 10,000 corporate desktops to ubuntu with services from Canonical

by Canonical on 5 April 2011

Canonical today announced the successful migration of 10 000 desktops to Ubuntu by German insurance company LVM Versicherung. The project was undertaken with consulting from Canonical’s professional services team and will receive ongoing support from the …