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What is Thin Client/Zero Client?

A thin client is a stateless, fanless desktop terminal that has no hard drive. All features typically found on the desktop PC, including applications, sensitive data, memory, etc., are stored back in the data center when using a thin client.

A thin client running Remote Desktop Protocols (RDP), like Citrix ICA and Windows Terminal Services, and/or virtualization software, accesses hard drives in the data center stored on servers, blades, etc. Thin clients, software services, and backend hardware make up thin client computing, a virtual desktop computing model.




RDP Thin Clients and Zero Clients

Today’s Personal Computers are So Powerful that, it has lot of computing power that is not actually required to run most of the productivity applications like Office Suite, Browser based Applications & Programming Languages - The Best way to utilize the excess computing power in the PC/Server is by sharing with other USERS in the LAN - thus we can achieve substantial Savings & Benefits across the organizations, both in capex & opex - This is called Thinputing.




Savings!! Savings!! -RDP Thin Clients and Zero Clients

Today’s Personal Computers are So Powerful that, it has lot of computing power that is not actually required to run most of the productivity applications like Office Suite, Browser based Applications & Programming Languages - The Best way to utilize the excess computing power in the PC/Server is by sharing with other USERS in the LAN - thus we can achieve substantial Savings & Benefits across the organizations, both in capex & opex - This is called Thinputing.




Savings!! Savings!! -RDP Thin Clients and Zero Clients

Centralized Storage - With all data stored in a central location, backups are easier and more robust network storage devices can be used.

Centralized Management - IT departments can easily ensure that all the latest operating system security patches and application versions are being used by all end users and are in compliance with their license agreements.

Enhanced Security - By managing and storing all the organization's critical applications and data in a central location, IT departments can limit access to the data infrastructure, creating a more secure environment.

Reduced Client Support Costs - By controlling what end users can install and run on their client devices, IT departments can avoid issues with rogue software and other end user generated issues.

More Efficient use of Resources - By moving computing tasks to centralized servers, IT departments can eliminate wasted compute resources at client desktops, saving hardware, maintenance and energy costs.




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