Friday, June 8, 2007

Thin clients the right way

Thin-clients are really great ways to reduce a company's software and hardware cost of ownership. You'll only need one genuine software set for the host controller and your sky-rocketting electricity bills will be significantly lower. Thin-clients are really just basic computer (if they can be called computers) boxes that only have the ports needed to for you to communicate with it, and to connect it to the host (mouse, keyboard, monitor, and LAN ports). The only disadvantages are that you have to invest in a quality server with great specs and it should be properly maintained, because once the host is down, every client connected to it will not respond. Click on read more on how to setup your own thin-clients.


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1 comment:

Elmer Thomas said...

Great article. I will be using this strategy at home.