PGASK Computing

A large domain...

« Computing » is all the activities related to the design and use of computers.
PGASK Computing intervenes therefore, in both the design and the use of these.

Here's how PGASK sees computer :

  • Basic material aspects of the computer :

    • The computer includes two main elements :

      • The « Central Unit », bringing together the electronic components required for its functioning (motherboard, microprocessor, memory, graphic card, sound card...).

      • The « man-machine interface » allowing communication between the user and the machine (keyboard, mouse, monitor, speakers, headphone, microphone...).

  • Then, the virtual aspect of the computer :

    • In this area, we must distinguish first of the Operating System, then the softwares/business softwares.

    • At this stage, PGASK offers a hardware and software solution in line with :

      • Services that the computer must be able to satisfy,

      • The existing and the investment required.

      • User's profile.

Let us be efficient :

For an individual or a business, PGASK strives to adapt the machine to the user, rather than bring the user to adapt to the machine.

For this reason, PGASK promotes the use of solutions called « open ».

Practically, PGASK advises, equips and configures the Operating System based on « Linux » (« Ubuntu » and derived system of Ubuntu for example).

With this kind of OS, it is easier to get a good compromise in terms of quality, reliability, simplicity and security.

Similarly, PGASK remains attentive to the cost that represents a computer but also to the time spent for its upkeep and maintenance. In migrating to Linux, PGASK has made ​​this observation : a client with Linux is a lost client! Indeed, once a client has Ubuntu on his machine, he seems more autonomous and makes much less use of PGASK services.

For a free world!

If PGASK offers its services, even knowing that it will be hard then to keep its clients, it is also to promote the development of open software.

To PGASK, « the progress is only valid if shared by all ». The slogan of SNCF applies beautifully to the free software philosophy.

From « copyleft » to « license-art », the self-enterprise PGASK encourages solutions that allow more than a license : the modification, publication, donation and resale, or even the destruction of software or any work as long as the names of the authors are inextricably mentioned. With « Free software », you will remain forever recognized as the creator of your work (link to the site on the free software world and the White Paper book).