Zero Client vs. Thin Client Computing

Zero Client vs. Thin Client Computing


Zero clients and thin clients are similar, both providing access to virtual desktops, but they have some major differences when it comes to performance, usability and security.

As your organization moves forward with a desktop virtualization initiative, it’s crucial that you know these differences so you can find out which solution offers the best experience.

This expert guide puts zero clients and thin clients head-to-head comparing capabilities, system requirements, benefits and drawbacks.

Intel® based 2 in 1s. A tablet when you want it, a laptop when you need it. Dell Latitude 7000 series (2-in-1) powered by Intel® Core™ M processor. 


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Dell, Inc. and Intel®
18 Jun 2013
18 Jun 2013
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