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Thin Clients Advantages

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A thin client is a solution with which you can reduce the cost of purchasing powerful office equipment, as well as the time to install and maintain it. The terminal (client) takes up much less space on the desktop, providing high performance.

Clients are installed on the office desk, and then connected to the server through the network. Using this server, you can manage the work of clients, carry out diagnostics and configure terminals. Power for the thin client is allocated on the server.

As an operating system, you can choose Microsoft® Windows® or Linux to provide users with the necessary functionality and ease of operation.

1. Benefits of thin clients:

Reduced maintenance complexity. Thin client installation takes no more than 10 minutes - connecting I / O devices and establishing a connection with the server. The management of programs and files takes place on the server, as well as the configuration and management of clients. All this reduces the time and cost of maintenance by 80%.

Reducing the risk of equipment theft. Thin clients are fully protected and work only from the server, so it is impossible to use them for private purposes - theft is impractical.

Support for past-generation host computers. There is no need to buy modern equipment to ensure operability.

2. Thin Client Infrastructure Cost

As mentioned above, thin clients are much cheaper in terms of service. In addition, they are durable: there are no moving parts, the human factor is excluded, and so on.

3. The cost of such infrastructure is much cheaper:

Operating costs were reduced by 23%, maintenance costs - by 34%.

Capital costs are reduced by 25%.

The cost of annual maintenance is 80%.

At the same time, productivity increases by 25%.

Nexgen offers a comprehensive solution for implementing infrastructure based on thin client technologies. We take into account the tasks and requirements of the business and are ready to offer solutions both on the Microsoft platform and on the Unix-systems platform. You can choose your hardware from the HP thin client portfolio.

Frequently Asked Questions

A thin client is a type of client that can transmit information processing to a server, not using its computer capacity to implement them. ... One of the most widespread examples of this type of a client is PC with a preliminarily installed web browser that is used to work with web software.

A common thin client definition is a computer that uses resources housed inside a central server as opposed to a hard drive. A thin client connects to a server-based environment that hosts the majority of applications, memory, and sensitive data the user needs.

What is the difference between a thin client and a PC? Thin clients are physically smaller than traditional PCs and have minimal resources such as CPU and memory resources with no local storage, with a very cut down operating system. They are used to connect to virtual desktops and apps running in the data center.

A thin client is software that is primarily designed to communicate with a server. Its features are produced by servers such as a cloud platform. A thick client is software that implements its own features. It may connect to servers but it remains mostly functional when disconnected.

Thin clients are used as a PC replacement technology to help customers immediately access any virtual desktop or virtualized application. Thin clients provide businesses a cost-effective way to create a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI).

Thin clients typically consist of a monitor, a keyboard, and a mouse, with no hard disk and a minimal amount of memory. A thin client may also be a software application running on a standard PC, providing access to remotely hosted applications.

Thin clients run an operating system locally and carry flash memory rather than a hard disk. Since it has no hard drive or local storage, all applications and data are stored on a central server, but advanced thin client technologies help users still experience the same look and feel as on a PC.

They still carry an unfair reputation (remembered for their limited processing power and a slow, unreliable user experience). However, improved protocols, better networks, and advanced desktop virtualization solutions have made thin clients an ideal option for the modern IT environment.

Thin clients are protected from unauthorized software or introducing viruses. Data cannot be copied to a disk or saved to any other location than the server. Centralized processing makes it easy to manage and monitor the system. Simplify security, protect intellectual property, ensure data privacy.

A thin clients main disadvantages are it's dependency on other systems like servers and services like networks, that can lead to poorer performance and higher costs. These disadvantages include: Network dependency. Server dependency.