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The TooMuchGreen introduction to Ubuntu Linux and benefits of enterprise adoption

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  • 1. #LINUX From the “SOURCE”
  • 2. A (very) quick history of the computer operating system
  • 3. Charles Babbage
  • 4. 1791-1871 Charles Babbage
  • 5. The Difference Engine
  • 6. 1850 The Difference Engine
  • 7. 1960’s
  • 8. 1960’s
  • 9. 1960’s
  • 10. Mid 60’s
  • 11. Mid 60’s
  • 12. Mid 60’s
  • 13. 1969
  • 14. 1969
  • 15. 1969
  • 16. 1969
  • 17. 1969
  • 18. UNIX
  • 19. UNIX
  • 20. Early 80’s
  • 21. Graphical User Interface
  • 22. GUI Graphical User Interface
  • 23. Home & Desktop PC
  • 24. Home & Desktop PC
  • 25. PC’s & Macs
  • 26. PC’s & Macs
  • 27. PC’s & Macs
  • 28. Operating System
  • 29. missing operating system_
  • 30. Who makes Linux?
  • 31. Richard Stallman
  • 32. 1983 - GNU Project
  • 33. 1983 - GNU Project “GNU is not UNIX”
  • 34. 1983 - GNU Project “GNU is not UNIX”
  • 35. 1991
  • 36. 1991
  • 37. 1991 Linus Torvalds
  • 38. Kernel - “LINUX”
  • 39. GNU/Linux
  • 40. Linux “FLAVOURS”
  • 41. Linux “FLAVOURS”
  • 42. Linux “FLAVOURS”
  • 43. Linux “FLAVOURS”
  • 44. Linux distributions “DISTROS”
  • 45. Confused?
  • 46. Confused? What’s the difference?
  • 47. Not a lot..!!
  • 48. A desktop is a desktop
  • 49. A desktop is a desktop (is a desktop)
  • 50. OK, we admit it... There are differences
  • 51. • Linux doesn’t get viruses
  • 52. • Linux doesn’t get viruses • Linux is inherently stable
  • 53. • Linux doesn’t get viruses • Linux is inherently stable • Linux will run on Mac or PC
  • 54. • Linux doesn’t get viruses • Linux is inherently stable • Linux will run on Mac or PC So where’s the catch?
  • 55. Expense?
  • 56. Expense?
  • 57. Expense? -90%
  • 58. 2004
  • 59. 2004 + +
  • 60. 2004 €50 MILLION
  • 61. 2004 €50 MILLION
  • 62. Roadmap?
  • 63. Roadmap?
  • 64. ...we know what you’re thinking....
  • 65. SUPPORT?
  • 66. A “rounded” IT Dept
  • 67. A “rounded” IT Dept
  • 68. Or you could call us
  • 69. Or you could call us
  • 70. 15 years experience
  • 71. 15 years experience
  • 72. 15 years experience ITIL Certified
  • 73. 15 years experience ITIL Certified
  • 74. 15 years experience ITIL Certified UCP Course Certified
  • 75. 15 years experience ITIL Certified UCP Course Certified
  • 76. 15 years experience ITIL Certified UCP Course Certified Existing client base
  • 77. 15 years experience ITIL Certified UCP Course Certified Existing client base
  • 78. 15 years experience ITIL Certified UCP Course Certified Existing client base Ubuntu marketplace
  • 79. Bespoke consultancy
  • 80. Bespoke consultancy
  • 81. Bespoke consultancy Server solutions
  • 82. Bespoke consultancy Server solutions
  • 83. Bespoke consultancy Server solutions Enterprise migrations
  • 84. Bespoke consultancy Server solutions Enterprise migrations
  • 85. Bespoke consultancy Server solutions Enterprise migrations Thin-client workspaces
  • 86. Bespoke consultancy Server solutions Enterprise migrations Thin-client workspaces
  • 87. Bespoke consultancy Server solutions Enterprise migrations Thin-client workspaces On-going support
  • 88. 0113 815 6040 http://toomuchgreen.eu open@toomuchgreen.eu