Linux Support

Silicon Overdrive provides flexible Linux support options to suit businesses of all sizes. With more than 20-years experience in the IT Industry, our Linux Support team has the expertise required to assist you with all your Linux requirements.

Why use Linux ?

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Open Source Operating System

The Linux open source operating system, or Linux OS, is a freely distributable, cross-platform operating system based on Unix that can be installed on PCs, laptops, notebooks, tablet devices, video game consoles, servers, supercomputers and more.

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Because of the default manner in which Linux handles packet management and repositories, it is a natively more secure platform. And thanks to how user permissions work, if you do get some malware, the damage will be isolated and effect to destroy your entire system.

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Since Linux is an open-source, community-driven OS, it offers unparalleled customisation. If you don’t like certain elements or features, you can delete them without making the distro unstable. Also, you can change the wallpapers and themes to make your system unique.
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Multiple Distributions (Distros)

There are many Linux distros available, each of which offers something different. Companies can choose a distro that will meet all their operational requirements.

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Linux is known for its stability, and its ability to continuously run. Unlike with other OSs, your Linux system will not need to be restarted every time you make a change or install new software. This will allow you to work without interruption.

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Are you concerned that your OS might be spying on you or collecting personal data? Linux ensures the privacy of your data, and will not collect personal user information.

Silicon Overdrive Linux Services and Solutions

We offer Linux Solutions on the most common Linux distributions Debian, Ubuntu, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Centos, SuSe.

We Work with the Most Recognizable Linux Distros