Business as usual
Robust, beautiful and future-proof: There has never been a better time to use Ubuntu
Why spend money on licences, when Ubuntu offers a lightweight, secure and intuitive operating system for free? With Ubuntu, it’s business as usual. Its ease of use means users can get up and running immediately. It comes with a full office suite which supports Windows file formats. Or you can continue using Microsoft Office hosted on Windows or Citrix servers. With support for Windows XP ending in April 2014, now is the perfect time to explore Ubuntu.
“We were really surprised by how easily everyone adjusted to the new operating system.”
Martin Andel, Systems Administrator, Skalica City Hall
Easy to manage,
With Landscape, the commercial Ubuntu systems management tool from Canonical, IT administrators can easily manage thousands of end-user devices across your enterprise.
Our long-term support (LTS) releases offer stability and continuity, with regular updates for five years.
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Secure to its core
Your users and data are safe, because the operating system is hardened against bugs and malware. The default settings prioritise security, and Ubuntu comes with a firewall, antivirus software and file and disk encryption tools.
Our security team works with vendors and the community to promptly fix potential vulnerabilities, and proactively develops and integrates new features to improve security.
No hidden costs, no lock-in
Looking to escape the cycle of endless Windows upgrades? Now, there's a real alternative. No licence fees and no licence tracking overhead. With Ubuntu, you can scale your desktop infrastructure while keeping your cost down. You only pay for the level of support you need.
Ubuntu is supported on X86 and ARM hardware, and nearly 70% of the PCs shipped by the major PC companies are now certified to work with Ubuntu.
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