5 Things To Expect From The World Of Linux In 2017
Linux has come out of oblivion to become a mainstream technology today - making its presence felt in the world of marketing, finance, operations and in every other domain.
India's BOSS Dying A Slow Death: Report
Lack of government support and investments is resulting in the gradual death of the OS - the 'home-grown alternative' to MS Windows.
Mozilla’s Firefox enters the smartphone fray
Technology : Networking & Communication
Unveils two phones to be shipped to developers who want to make apps for it
"CIOs will never get fired for using open source"
Category : Interviews
Red Hat's Harish Pillay, talks about the adoption of open source in the enterprise space, and what makes it so unique when compared to proprietary systems.
IBM, Simmtronics unveil sub 10k netbook
IBM, Canonical and Simmtronics have announced that the Simmtronics netbook, the Simmbook, will be available to emerging markets at a low price of $190 USD (Approx Rs. 8600). Apart from India, the Simmbook will also be available in South Africa,...
'Our Releases Are Not Just About Fixing Old Bugs'
A day has passed since Ubuntu 9.10 was officially released and the reviews have generally been positive. Kenneth Edwards, global strategic relationship manager, and Prakash Advani, head (central Asia) for Canonical, talked to us about Ubuntu...
Ubuntu Gears Up for Windows 7 Showdown
Canonical has made it official - Ubuntu 9.10 Desktop Edition, the latest version of Ubuntu will be available for free download on October 29.The announcement comes just days after the launch of Linux's arch nemesis - Windows 7. What it...
Canonical Working on Cloud Storage for Ubuntu
Technology : Business Intelligence
Canonical is testing a cloud-based storage service called Ubuntu One for the popular Linux OS. Ubuntu One will allow the user to sync files and documents and share work with others or work remotely.The Web-based service will automatically...
Desktop-Linux Can Shape Enterprise Cost
Sidelined as OS only for Linux enthusiasts, Desktop-Linux today seems to find more compelling reason into enterprises. Speaking to CXOtoday, Prakash Advani, partner manager at Ubuntu, said, "Unlike other Linux distros more focused on...
IBM Launches Linux PCs Outside Microsoft OS
IBM has introduced a new line of business computers that works on a combination of Linux open source software and the company's own Lotus Symphony' software, and does not require the use of Microsoft's ubiquitous operating system. The...