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A thin client is a small form factor lightweight computer that is purpose-built for remoting into a server (typically cloud or desktop virtualisation environments). It depends heavily on another the Server to fulfil its role. One of the main advantages of centralised virtual desktops is the simplification of the management of the desktop environment and its administration.

Key Considerations

Thin client or zero client?

Features & Benefits

Quantifiable benefits -  Virtual machines rely less on the horsepower of the endpoint devices themselves, thus creating an opportunity for IT to significantly drive down the cost of endpoint hardware either by extending the life span of existing PCs by repurposing them as virtual machine endpoints or by replacing PCs with thin-client devices.

Security & disaster recovery - With centralised virtual desktops, data from client devices is moved into datacentres, which reduces the security risks to an IT organization and simplifies the efforts required for disaster recovery.

Samsung 2TC222T 21.5" Windows 10 All-in-One

Namb#: LF22FT2TFP

10ZiG V1200-P Zero Client

Namb#: 10zv1200p