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Ubuntu 9.10 makes a serious charge toward the enterprise level

Oct 12, 2009, 20:33 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jack Wallen)

"Software Center: This is really one of the biggest enterprise-level additions. Gone will be the Add/Remove Software tool and (eventually) Synaptic in favor of the Software Center. Although this tool will be used in the same way as the Add/Remove Software tool, it will have one thing its predecessor didn't have - Commercial Software. That's right. Now the enterprise (or SMB) user can go to the Software Center and shop for just about any type of software you can imagine - including non-free, enterprise-grade software! All in one very user-friendly tool.

"Ubuntu One: If you've used DropBox, you will know and understand the appeal of Ubuntu One. Ubuntu One is a way to sync files and folders on more than one PC. With the help of Ubuntu One you can ensure that the files on your work PC are in sync with whatever other Ubuntu PC that has Ubuntu One installed. In order to use Ubuntu One you will have to sign up for an account. You can sign up for either the free account (which gives you 2 Gigs of space) or, for $10.00 USD per month, you can get 50 Gigs of space."

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