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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Thin Client Computing Without "The Bill"

    Many years corporate America has been looking for ways to reduce the cost of ownership associated with Microsoft Windows-based computing. For the last three years in particular, the popularity of Windows-based Thin Clients coupled with deployment of Terminal Server and Citrix has been growing at a rapid rate. In the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Thin Client Performance

    Ever since Thin Clients were conceived the message has always been that unlike PC's the CPU on the Thin Client is unimportant. The concept this comes from is that the Server is doing most of the work and therefore the horsepower needs to be there. The Thin Client in this...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How Desktop Virtualization Can Lower Costs and Raise Productivity

    Desktop virtualization is quickly gaining traction. It's no wonder given the high cost of maintaining PCs and the popularity of client-server technology. Costs can vary, but one study by a leading industry research group states that the total cost of ownership for a desktop PC is about $5,400 per PC,...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Choosing the Right Thin Clients for Your System I (iSeries)

    In the beginning, thin-client terminals booted from a server, had very slow CPUs with small amounts of memory, and relied on application servers to provide needed features. It is no surprise that these early thin clients didn't take off because delivery was poor (high bandwidth requirements, low color support, no...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    LTO4 With Encryption on iSeries

    It is clear that with the very large number of confidential records being compromised every month and of those a large number due to theft or loss of backup tapes, companies need to treat the need to encrypt backups as a "Must do now" project. The announcement from IBM that...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Importance of Data Security

    The recent TJX data breach serves as an important reminder of how critical strong information security is within an organization. In late January, TJX Companies officials disclosed that an attacker exploited a flaw in a portion of TJX's computer network that handles customer credit card, debit card, check and merchandise...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Save Green and Go Green With Thin Clients

    During these tough economic times, companies are looking for ways to save. This and the corporate push for greener technology have influenced the surge in thin client deployment. This paper explains further how cost savings can be found by replacing PCs with thin clients and how this technology helps companies...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Thin Client Computing Without "The Bill"

    Many years corporate America has been looking for ways to reduce the cost of ownership associated with Microsoft Windows-based computing. For the last three years in particular, the popularity of Windows-based Thin Clients coupled with deployment of Terminal Server and Citrix has been growing at a rapid rate. In the...

    Provided By BOSaNOVA

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Thin Client Performance

    Ever since Thin Clients were conceived the message has always been that unlike PC's the CPU on the Thin Client is unimportant. The concept this comes from is that the Server is doing most of the work and therefore the horsepower needs to be there. The Thin Client in this...

    Provided By BOSaNOVA

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How Desktop Virtualization Can Lower Costs and Raise Productivity

    Desktop virtualization is quickly gaining traction. It's no wonder given the high cost of maintaining PCs and the popularity of client-server technology. Costs can vary, but one study by a leading industry research group states that the total cost of ownership for a desktop PC is about $5,400 per PC,...

    Provided By BOSaNOVA

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Choosing the Right Thin Clients for Your System I (iSeries)

    In the beginning, thin-client terminals booted from a server, had very slow CPUs with small amounts of memory, and relied on application servers to provide needed features. It is no surprise that these early thin clients didn't take off because delivery was poor (high bandwidth requirements, low color support, no...

    Provided By BOSaNOVA

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    LTO4 With Encryption on iSeries

    It is clear that with the very large number of confidential records being compromised every month and of those a large number due to theft or loss of backup tapes, companies need to treat the need to encrypt backups as a "Must do now" project. The announcement from IBM that...

    Provided By BOSaNOVA

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Importance of Data Security

    The recent TJX data breach serves as an important reminder of how critical strong information security is within an organization. In late January, TJX Companies officials disclosed that an attacker exploited a flaw in a portion of TJX's computer network that handles customer credit card, debit card, check and merchandise...

    Provided By BOSaNOVA

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Save Green and Go Green With Thin Clients

    During these tough economic times, companies are looking for ways to save. This and the corporate push for greener technology have influenced the surge in thin client deployment. This paper explains further how cost savings can be found by replacing PCs with thin clients and how this technology helps companies...

    Provided By BOSaNOVA