Posts from November 2011

  • Blog: Five Golden Rules for a Successful Ubuntu Desktop Migration

    So, you like the idea of deploying an Ubuntu desktop to all or some of your users. You like the way Ubuntu’s light-client model can give  your older desktop machines a new lease of life. You like the fact that Ubuntu is secure, portable, and easy to manage. Best of all, you like that it […]

  • Blog: Building a Precise Pangolin: A summary of UDS success

    The Ubuntu Developer Summit – UDS – is a major event in the Canonical calendar. Taking place every six months, it is the Ubuntu event which defines the focus and plans for our up-coming version of Ubuntu. In the first week of November, over 800 people, from Canonical engineers and employees, Ubuntu community members, partners, […]

  • Blog: Ubuntu launches at retail in Portugal with ASUS

    As of this week, Ubuntu is now on sale in over 100 retail outlets in Portugal. Preloaded on the new ASUS Eee PC 1215P, Ubuntu is available to buy in over 100 Vobis and Worten stores (part of the Sonae group) across the country http://www.worten.pt/ProductDetail.aspx?pid=04826099&oid=30|31|36905&c=2655842. The Eee PC has a slim, lightweight, design and up […]

  • Blog: Ubuntu Hardware Summit 2011 December 8th, Taipei

    This year’s Ubuntu Hardware Summit (UHS) will take place on December 8th at the Grand Victoria Hotel in Taipei. You can register your place at www.ubuntu.com.uhs Building on the success of 2010 (with over 200 attendees), the 2011 Ubuntu Hardware Summit promises to deliver more. With keynote speeches from various members of the Canonical team […]

  • Blog: Ubuntu & HP’s project Moonshot

      Today HP announced Project Moonshot  - a programme to accelerate the use of low power processors in the data centre. The three elements of the announcement are the launch of Redstone – a development platform that harnesses low-power processors (both ARM & x86),  the opening of the HP Discovery lab in Houston and the […]