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Canonical, best known as the company behind Ubuntu Linux, is entering the private cloud hosting business with an OpenStack-based option for your data center or hosting provider.
Canonical, the company behind the Ubuntu operating system, has suffered a massive data breach on its forums. All usernames, passwords, and email addresses were stolen.
Ubuntu is best known as a popular desktop Linux, but it also wants to be your Linux of choice for both your data-center and your cloud.
Canonical now supports IBM's DB2 Express-C software package as a virtual appliance, with IBM also validating the full version of DB2 for Ubuntu 10.04
Do you have a PIN code on your iPhone? Well, while that might protect you from someone making a call or fiddling with your apps, it doesn't prevent access to your data ... as long as the person doing the snooping around is using Ubuntu "Lucid Lynx" 10.04.
Despite my concerns about Google’s überdominance (All Your Data Are Belong To Us), I think many of their web apps are pretty darned useful, and Gmail tops my list. I have Gmail set up with the IMAP mail protocol, using Google Apps for my domain name, so that I can use the Evolution client on Ubuntu, and then when out of the office I can use the Gmail webmail functionality.
A while back, I looked at the lie of the land for setting up a way of working seamlessly between two laptops running Ubuntu linux.Originally I was going to use grsync to backup all my common application data and work files, on my personal web host.
I'm working on a couple of killer blog entries, one about Xubuntu and the Aspire One, and the other about the Data Cloud. Alas, neither project has reached fruition, so I am having to stave off the entries and scrape the barrel for some Ubuntu Goodness.
Notable headlines:Canonical refines mobile Ubuntu Linux.David Berlind: Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee Unplugged (right): Semantic Web better than APIs for data access.
Today's podcast includes a look at:TJX's escalating data breach costs. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes' installation of Ubuntu 7.
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