Thin Client vs Zero Client: Zero Clients are not a Zero Sum Game for Today’s Enterprise Network - there are a variety of factors in determining which is best suited for your enterprise.
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Nov 17, 2013
Nov 13, 2013
The network continues to take a more central role in an organisation. As more 'things' today are connected to the network, have an IP address, companies are beginning to realise the benefits of employing converged architecture for everything from controlling systems, building management systems, transportation (escalators/ elevators) and energy management.
Industrial thin client computers from Thinlabs, featuring conformal coating, are smart and rugged, built to deal with extreme temperatures, sudden jolts or vibrations, and excessive dust and dirt, among other realities.
Many organizations are turning to integrated thin client technology to better manage and control access to business-critical apps and operational data across an enterprise.
From small clinics and doctors’ offices to large multi-site facilities, healthcare providers have the same ultimate goal – deliver quality treatment and care to its residents and patients. Many progressive healthcare providers are using Thinlabs Integrated Thin Clients with PointClickCare’s Point of Care offering to capture critical care information by nursing professionals and practitioners at the site of treatment.
Each industry and organization has its own unique technology and business needs, and the healthcare industry is no exception. Medical care providers have much to be worried about, especially when it comes to financial, environmental, regulatory and patient privacy issues, just to name a few. Luckily, Thinlabs healthcare smart clients can help address, ease and even simplify many of these issues.
There are numerous environmental, cost and management benefits for using thin clients, but one of the benefits often overlooked is the ability of thin clients to take advantage of emerging power and data technologies, such as Power over Ethernet (PoE).
The Virtual Desktop Infrastructure: Should I Drive a Thin, Smart or Zero Client? Thin client technology is gaining traction daily as more organizations worldwide jump on the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) highway. However, nearly everyone has the same question before taking their VDI journey – Is a Thin Client, Smart Client or Zero Client best for my organization? While each can deliver tremendous cost, productivity and environmental efficiencies to an organization, they are differences that need to be taken into consideration.
Thin Clients Computers and Thinlabs: The Perfect “Green” Partners - As a company, Thinlabs is committed to helping protect our environment and lessen the impact of its products on our world throughout their lifecycles.
Jun 16, 2013
Having convenient and timely access to patient information close to the point-of-care at a medical facility is critical to delivering quality patient care. Learn how Thinlabs technology delivers critical care information directly to a point-of-care senior care facility.