Ubuntu for enterprise

On the desktop, Ubuntu has been widely adopted by small and large enterprises because of its ease of use, speed, apps, security model, management tools and low cost of ownership.

Enterprise essentials built-in

  • Microsoft-compatible office productivity suite
  • Fully translated into 40+ languages
  • Open source — free from licensing restrictions
  • Virus free and highly secure
  • On-site consulting services and training available
  • Long Term Support releases come with five years of security patches and updates

Ubuntu in action

Carbonado Intermedia and Auteuristic

We simply wouldn’t be able to deliver our work as fast and cost-effectively as this with any other platform… Ubuntu gives us wings!

Learn how Ubuntu workstations deliver

Bukwang Pharmaceuticals

Faced with an expensive new contract from Microsoft, Bukwang Pharma switched 400 PCs to Ubuntu and saved $300,00 on annual licensing alone.

Learn how switching to Ubuntu saves money

Enterprise-wide support and management tools

Ubuntu Advantage is the professional support package from the experts at Canonical. Get 24x7 support with access to engineers with first-hand experience of your issues. It also includes Landscape, the Ubuntu systems management tool, for monitoring, managing, patching and compliance reporting on all your Ubuntu desktops.

Learn about Ubuntu Advantage ›

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A release schedule you can depend on

Stay up-to-date with regular updates and upgrades

Every two years there is a new Long Term Support (LTS) release of Ubuntu desktop that is supported for five years. During that time, there will be regular security fixes and other critical updates which are, and always will be, free of charge.

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Pre-installed on certified hardware

Ubuntu runs on the world’s best hardware from partners such as Dell, HP and Lenovo. And with nearly 90% of PCs shipped by the major PC companies already certified to work with Ubuntu, it is easy to find hardware that will work for your business.

Learn more about Ubuntu certified hardware ›