JavaStations DEFINITION: The Net PC (also referred to as the Network PC) is an industry specification for a low-cost personal computer designed for businesses and their network applications. A Net PC, which is a design for what is also sometimes known as a thin client, is intended to be centrally managed and to lack a diskette drive, CD-ROM drive, or hardware expansion slots. It is designed to support specific business tasks
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Smooth running applications are the foundation of every good organization but the changing technological landscape makes that increasingly difficult. This guide outlines F5's Syntehesis and how it will boost your application performance.
Companies are finding it ever-more important to update their data center infrastructure. This guide highlights the importance of 10GbE in the data center and the benefits that come along with it.
Endpoint management technologies ensure that servers, workstations, laptops, mobile devices, and virtually any other network-connected device are kept up-to-date and correctly configured. Read on to investigate the total cost of ownership, or TCO, of an endpoint management investment.
Even though some network servers look very much like the standalone computers that fill your office, they play a very different role in your business than desktop PCs do, and therefore their design is very different under the hood. Take a tour of the components that give a server the power it needs to handle your tough workload.
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