Posts from October 2011

  • Blog: White Paper: Secure Boot impact on Linux

    Last month Steven Sinofsky from Microsoft announced new requirements for manufacturers wanting to ship Windows 8 systems, including a feature called “Secure Boot”. Canonical, together with Red Hat, today publishes a white paper highlighting the implications of these requirements for users and manufacturers. The paper also provides recommendations on how to implement “Secure Boot”, to […]

  • Blog: Retail Stores in China

    On Wednesday in Beijing, Canonical and Dell announced the start of an exciting retail program to sell machines pre-loaded with Ubuntu, initially rolling out to 220 retail stores in China. The stores will feature Ubuntu on a range of Dell computers, and will carry branded marketing collateral in-store, trained staff positioning the benefits and advantages […]

  • Blog: Canonical realigns to better serve our customers

    Canonical has grown dramatically over the last several years. This growth is driven by increasing demand for our services and products by end users, businesses and partners, and by investment to deliver our part of the future of free software.  As Ubuntu’s position in the marketplace and as the leading free software platform has matured, […]

  • Blog: Ubuntu 11.10 on ARM

    I have been using Ubuntu 11.10 on ARM now for a couple of days and I have to say: It is great! Ubuntu has had a long history of supporting ARM Systems on a Chip (SoC) since 2008, but Ubuntu 11.10 is a significant milestone. Introducing.. Ubuntu Server on ARM – Technology Preview Canonical announced […]

  • Blog: Next webinar with Mark Shuttleworth on Ubuntu Cloud

    November 16th – 2pm UK time After years of development and fine tuning, the cloud vision of true computing elasticity is finally a reality. The question now is how organisations can best take advantage of the latest cloud technologies to optimise their IT, scale infrastructure and services in near-real time, and make the most of […]

  • Blog: Ubuntu Powers HP Public Cloud

    Today our CEO Jane Silber announced at the OpenStack Conference in Boston that HP has chosen Ubuntu as one of the initial lead host and guest operating system powering their Public Cloud. HP and Canonical are working closely together during the current private beta to make certain that we provide the most secure, scalable, business-class […]