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Editorial: Thin client computing - Editorial: Thin client computing
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A thin client based network can be a very attractive solution for various segments of the PC sales market. In fact, thin client computing is expanding its relevance to so many scenarios that calling it a niche market would be a bit of a misnomer. Over the last few years, big players like HP have invested a lot of marketing dollars to promote the concept. Lowering the total cost of ownership and security for enterprise computing has been the main focus of such campaigns. But there are several other reasons why thin clients are such a good option for business and organizations, the increasing awareness of environmentally friendly computing options being a major factor. Thin clients are also perfect for school and university deployment as well, not to mention the appeal for the developing world.
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