Canonical’s Efforts to Educate Large Organizations on Ubuntu

The latest buzz around Canonical may be about extending the Ubuntu Linux platform to TVs, phones and other mobile devices and selling PCs in Asia and Europe. But that hasn’t stopped the company from continuing to market Ubuntu aggressively as a solution for corporate desktops. Here’s a look at its latest effort — an ebook recently released — and what it says about Canonical’s strategy for the big-business market going forward.

Canonical is arguably most famous for building a desktop Linux distribution that, at least until very recently, predominated among individual PC users. (And even now, it’s far from clear that Ubuntu’s massive popularity is in definitive decline.)

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