Special Report

Client computing has evolved to thin-client computing, which facilitates mobile access to an organization’s network resources for continuity of operations, telework and greater employee productivity, and it is taking hold in the public and private sectors.
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The pared-down design and features of thin clients, which often replace traditional desktop computers, cost less to adopt and run, resulting in smaller electricity bills. In addition, they have the less tangible yet still valuable benefit of being green technology.
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Public-sector organizations are finding that thin clients provide the best way to resolve escalating fat-client security and management problems. Thin clients eliminate the effort required to upgrade hardware and software, deploy applications, improve security, and manage regular backups.
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Assess different delivery models for your organization, and avoid overspending by picking a hybrid approach. Those are just two of several tips for public-sector organizations looking to deploy more modern thin-client systems.
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The U.S. Agency for International Development is investing in a cloud-based virtual desktop infrastructure that will provide client-serving IT services for its workforce located around the world.
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