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DEFINITION: In marketing, distribution is the process of moving a product from its manufacturing source to its customers. In computer software, distribution is the phase that follows packaging. The package will be on some distribution medium, such as compact disc, or may be simply located on a server where customers can download it electronically.For open source software such as Linux, companies such as Red  … 
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Taking Distribution to the Cloud: Why Distributors Should Consider a Hybrid Cloud Option
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WEBCAST: This webcast can help distributors learn more about the benefits of choosing hybrid clouds. Access now to learn how your organization can gain the benefits of hybrid cloud technology to seamlessly combine the best of existing on premise systems with added flexibility and ease.
Posted: 30 Jun 2015 | Premiered: Jun 25, 2015

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Podcast - Taking Distribution to the Cloud: Why Distributors Should Consider a Hybrid Cloud Option
sponsored by Sage Software
PODCAST: This podcast can help distributors learn more about the benefits of choosing hybrid clouds. Listen now to learn how your organization can gain the benefits of hybrid cloud technology to seamlessly combine the best of existing on premise systems with added flexibility and ease.
Posted: 30 Jun 2015 | Premiered: Jun 10, 2015

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DISTRIBUTION DEFINITION (continued): … In marketing, distribution is the process of moving a product from its manufacturing source to its customers. In computer software, distribution is the phase that follows packaging. The package will be on some distribution medium, such as compact disc, or may be simply located on a server where customers can download it electronically.For open source software such as Linux, companies such as Red Hat and Debian specialize in packaging components from many sources together into a single package or set of packages that can be distributed conveniently to users as a single download. An open source distribution is often called a "distro."
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