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Knowledge workers frequently need access to multimedia applications, such as computer based training, video conferencing, intelligent hypermedia systems, groupware support, and informal media spaces that enable geographically dispersed groups to collaborate effectively. Increasingly, they'll also be turning to multimedia applications that help them to deal with large amounts of interrelated information through visualization, and to manipulate and access information quickly and easily across organizational boundaries. Supporting these multimedia requirements has traditionally meant providing knowledge workers PCs and high-bandwidth networks. Organizations that wanted to take advantage of the cost savings and efficiency inherent in thin-client computing have restricted themselves to deploying it to employees executing simple tasks.
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