In this week’s Computer Weekly, our latest Buyer's Guide examines best practice in desktop virtualisation. We ask if a six-year-old technology could be a key to tackling IT security threats. And we look at how universities are dealing with their IT challenges as they await the first intake of students at new higher tuition fees. Read the issue now.
This whitepaper examines the case study of Kindred Healthcare, Inc., a large provider of post-acute care services who desperately needed to find a way to improve branch connectivity under extremely tight budgetary pressures.
This whitepaper gives an overview of the HP mt40, a thin client tailored for business-needs and promises high reliability, low ownership costs, PC-like performance, faster processing power, and flexible battery options. Read on to learn more about the HP mt40, including features, specifications, support services and more.
This presentation transcript, featuring Brian Madden and Gabe Knuth, provides expert advice to help you select the right thin client for your environment. Learn which features are important and how to manage thin clients effectively.
This presentation transcript features industry analysts Brian Madden and Gabe Knuth as they take a deeper look into thin client computing for today’s IT environment. Find out how this technology has evolved throughout the years and learn how it fits in a world of $300 PCs and netbooks.
Dell is now offering thin client devices configured with Windows 10 to enable workspaces to take advantage of the security and management features built into Windows 10. This exclusive e-guide takes a look at what sets apart thin clients with Windows 10 apart from comparable devices.
In this critical guide, desktop virtualization guru Brian Madden takes a look at "zero clients", pointing out the key differences between them and thin clients. Read on and learn how this solution can simplify the management of your virtual desktop infrastructure.
See how Children's Health Associates, the largest private pediatric medical practice in the US, found a reliable and safe alternative to a standard Internet terminal system to achieve their IT goals.