Thin Clients Must Die Reference article Passport to Hell off Arstechnica Editors Note: Fellow grew up on SCO and amber terminals, and Wordperfect. I remember those days as I had one of those terminals. Days I talked about the “elegant file system” of inodes. I grew up on on an XT with an IRMA card working 3270 Mapics. Oh, and DEC220s and Decnet. My intro to real email in 92. Much different today. I just gave my HP Chromebook to my wife to take to the mountains so she could watch Downton Abby at the condo over WiFi. I’m pretty particular about my browser these days as well (Brave as… Read More »
New Employee Stratodesk Thin Client From Stratodesk August 7, 2019 Seasoned Thin Client industry veteran, Rich Severson, joins Stratodesk’s team as part of its explosive growth. Rich Severson is the latest addition to our Sales and Engineering team. As a Senior Solutions Engineer, he will play a key role in driving Stratodesk’s continued global growth. This includes expanding core business and our growing workspace IoT offering. This is not the first time that Rich has played a pivotal part in transforming the future of a company. In his previous role at NComputing, he helped the Thin Client manufacturing leader and Stratodesk partner become the globally recognized brand that it is… Read More »
Excerpted from Tech Radar. Read full article A balanced, well designed and keenly priced micro workstation By Desire Athow 12 days agoPC & Mac Desktops Image credit: TechRadar OUR VERDICT Had it not been for its ability to drive a pair of 4K monitors or being powered by a Type-C connector, our take on the J50C would have been lukewarm. But we like what we are seeing, especially at this price and with Windows 10 Pro. A solid buy if you can ignore the botched system disk setup. FOR Well designed Can be powered by Type-C connector Can work on as low as 1A Plenty of ports DisplayPort Fast Windows 10 Pro… Read More »
We’ve launched new website for Patient Kiosk Check-in. Products include Android check-in options with EMV. Patient Kiosk Check-In The patient check-in kiosk increases efficiency and patient satisfaction in emergency departments, waiting rooms and ambulatory settings by expediting the patient identification process, capturing patient insurance information and overall improving the patient experience. Patients can easily check-in and out, perform payment transactions, confirm insurance information, electronically sign documents and get help with wayfinding through medical facilities. In senior housing the check-in kiosk is used for educating patients on drug regimens as well as monitoring basic health conditions. Telemedicine kiosks are available. Healthcare Kiosk From check-in to payments to improving the patient experience,… Read More »
IGEL Secure Endpoint Launched Powered by IGEL OS 11, the newly enhanced IGEL UD2 is verified with IGEL Workspace Edition; UEFI Secure Boot activated; and, features a modern, eco-friendly and compact design ideal for space-constrained workplaces Reading, UK. May 16, 2019 – IGEL, provider of a next-gen edge OS for cloud workspaces, today announced the launch of the new IGEL UD2. Part of IGEL’s family of Universal Desktop endpoint solutions, the compact IGEL UD2 is a fast, cost-effective and secure endpoint device designed to meet the needs of the “future of work” that includes more secure, more agile environments built on Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) and other cloud-enabled technologies. “We are pleased to provide our customers… Read More »
10Zig and Citrix Top Solution Provider CIOReview Editorial Board and an esteemed panel of judges reviewed and selected 10ZiG Technology® as One of the 10 Most Promising Citrix Solution Providers of 2019. LEICESTER, UK – Ongoing innovations and the increasing immensity of the Citrix Systems product suite and its partner network make it quite challenging to find service providers who can excel with related consultation, implementation, configuring, fine-tuning, and support. On a mission to find the best Citrix Solution providers, a panel of key CIOs, CEOs, CTOs, analysts, along with the CIOReview editorial board, put numerous companies to the test, selecting only the top ten best, including 10ZiG Technology. When asked… Read More »
Organizations today looking at secure and efficient access to VDI environments both from on-prem as well as from mobile clients may be looking at a mixture of solutions and hardware devices that can solve the needs of VDI connectivity across the board. This can lead to a mix of solutions and management challenges. Lifecycle management of end user workstations is certainly one of the challenges faced by organizations with the tremendous capital outlay required to rotate out end user workstations. Workstations are replaced for a number of reasons including end of support contracts or a performance profile that is no longer adequate to power current end user applications. Businesses today… Read More »
Trento, 8th February – Praim, a leading provider of systems for the creation and management of thin & zero client software and hardware workstations, announced today the launch of its new innovative solution ThinMan Gateway. It has been developed to provide the optimized and secure management of branch offices: from the distribution of updates and policies on endpoints to the possibility of enabling the Wake On LAN. ThinMan Gateway eliminated the necessity of having a VPN connection between headquarters and offices. It creates a remote repository to optimize data traffic over the corporate WAN to make updates more secure, faster and more efficient. What does ThinMan Gateway offer? Complete remote… Read More »
Original published article in full ClearCube® Technology, Inc. announces the launch of the new CD8801 and CD8826 Thin Clients at HIMSS 2019 US in Orlando, Florida. The compact Thin Clients demonstrate their versatility in the healthcare, banking, government, and manufacturing industries at low prices of $199 and $520 and above respectively. Powered by Intel® Celeron® N2807 dual-core processors with Intel® DirectX 11 graphics, CD8801 facilitates multimedia capability and a familiar PC user experience for task and knowledge workers. Intel’s enhanced processing capacity offers workers quicker response, improved decoding, and clearer images. I/O ports include four USB 2.0 ports, audio input and output ports, one DVI-D connector, and one VGA connector. This is… Read More »
Feb 15, 2019 (WiredRelease via COMTEX) — Thin client is a lightweight computer built for remote application services that relies majorly on server for processing, computational operations, and resources. The Objective of the “Global Thin Client Market” report is to depict the trends and upcoming for the Thin Client industry over the forecast years. Thin Client Market report data has been gathered from industry specialist/experts. Although the market size of the market is studied and predicted from 2019 to 2028 mulling over 2016 as the base year of the market study. Attentiveness for the market has increased in recent decades due to development and improvement in the innovation. Increasing demand for… Read More »
Virtual Desktop – 10ZiG and ThinPrint enter into technology partnership for high-performance printing with virtual desktops An integrated ThinPrint Client and the ThinPrint Hub provide high-performance printing for 10ZiG Thin Clients in VDI & server-based computing environments – with or without a print server LEICESTER, UK – 10ZiG Technology – a world leader in Thin and Zero Client endpoints for desktop virtualization, and ThinPrint, provider of the world’s leading print management software of the same name, have entered into an OEM partnership. As part of the cooperation, the ThinPrint Client has been integrated into 10ZiG Thin Clients for fast, high-performance printing. 10ZiG Zero Clients can also print plug and play securely… Read More »
From Biztech — read full article link by Jacquelyn BengfortTwitter Jacquelyn Bengfort is a freelance writer based in Washington, DC. A social anthropologist by training, she writes on topics from education to the military, gender to fictional post-apocalyptic worldscapes. How thin can you go? New clients continue to be introduced, like HP’s unveiling of the t310 G2 All-in-One Zero Client in January. With client types on the market ranging from traditional thick desktop computers to PC over IP zero clients and everything in between, IT decision-makers are left with tough questions as they try to parse out the differences and best uses of various client types. By considering the particular strengths of thick… Read More »
Management of endpoints in a single tool, simplicity and security for access to virtualized resources and creation of browser kiosks in seconds. Trento, 17 September 2018 – Praim, a leading provider of systems for the creation and management of thin & zero client software and hardware workstations, presents the new Agile4Pi software. The Praim software solution, with Raspberry Pi 3 B and Pi 3 B+, allows a Full HD experience with client-side video rendering. Thanks to the complete integration of the Citrix Receiver, it guarantees total compatibility with Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktop systems (formerly XenApp and XenDesktop), offering a high performance workstation. In addition to keeping the investment on endpoints low,… Read More »
Fujitsu Launches a New Enterprise Thin Client Model Fujitsu has announced the release of a new thin model PC to the Fujitsu Thin Client Future lineup, the Futro S740/ The Futro S740 features an updated, ultra-small desktop chassis in a new compact design. The size of the chassis for the S740 has been reduced by about 63% compared with the previous S720 model, while maintaining the same level of interface expandability, delivering support for features such as WiFi, USB and external displays. With the addition of a custom made mount kit, it is now also possible to attach the client chassis directly to the VESA mount of an LCD display,… Read More »
Visionect and Mercury Innovation have entered into a strategic partnership to deliver better public transport solutions across the globe.
The first of these products is the eStop, a solar-powered bus information board that has been deployed in Sydney, Australia by Transport for NSW, creating excitement with the city’s ridership who have taken to Twitter to rave about the solutions’s design and technology.
Visionect and Mercury Innovation’s past collaboration also includes the world’s first installation of solar powered e-paper traffic signs in Sydney that have been running uninterrupted, come rain or shine, over the past 5 years.
“Speed and Security”, the keywords of the new add-on developed for ThinMan Platinum Edition which provides monitored and optimized users’ access through the use of a smart card. Trento, 14 May 2018 – Praim, a leading provider of systems for the creation and management of thin & zero client software and hardware workstations, announces the release of ThinMan Smart Identity, a real answer for a fast and secure access to your company’s resources. ThinMan Smart Identity is a new additional module for ThinMan Platinum Edition that allows users to access their workstations using a personal smart card. It provides a multi-factor authentication solution, which allows the management of user… Read More »
New Intel Celeron Dual Core processor, 4K UHD video resolution, DisplayPort support and 5 USB ports. Trento, April 10, 2018 – Praim, a leading provider of systems for the creation and management of thin & zero client software and hardware workstations, renews the Neutrino family with the new N91xx model. As with the previous N90xx model, the new Neutrino confirms its characteristics of compactness, performance and versatility of use. In detail, the platform is renewed with the new Intel Celeron N3060 chipset: a 1.6 GHz Dual Core SoC processor, with 2.48 GHz burst frequency and integrated Intel HD Graphics 400 GPU. N91xx models offer native support for dual monitors, with… Read More »
The new device is the first in the Praim range to support up to 3 monitors. It offers high definition content, with resolutions up to 4K UHD and the option Power over Ethernet. Trento, April 11, 2018 – Praim, a leading provider of systems for the creation and management of thin & zero client software and hardware workstations, is proud to present the new Edge family. Edge models boast top-of-the-range features and have been created for users working in multi-monitor mode, they are in fact the first Praim models to support up to 3 displays, thanks to the HDMI video output and 2 DisplayPort outputs. The new Edge devices are… Read More »
New family of products specifically designed to withstand particularly extreme environmental factors, optimal for those who need reliability above average. Trento, 12 April 2018 – Praim, a leading provider of systems for the creation and management of thin & zero client software and hardware workstations, announces the release of the new H Series family. The devices distinguish themselves by the extreme robustness of the hardware, which guarantees performance in any field of use: Praim’s H Series can operate in environments with temperatures ranging from -5°C to + 50°C, offering a greater dissipation of the heat, compared to non-industrial thin clients. The certification for the IP40 standard against dust and foreign… Read More »
Summary: The Lincoln College Group has switched its aging desktop PCs and laptops for IGEL thin client devices to transform the student computing experience, improve security and slash management time and costs. Lincoln College Group converts to IGEL to transform student computing experience Reading, UK. March 28th, 2018 – The Lincoln College Group has switched its aging desktop PCs and laptops for IGEL thin client devices to transform the student computing experience, improve security and slash management time and costs. The college group is one of the largest education, training and apprenticeship providers in the region, with around 9,000 students. The College is based over three sites, with its main campus in Lincoln… Read More »
Side-channel attacks The two vulnerabilities exploit the possibility of a side-channel attack of the processor. A side-channel attack is any attack based on information acquired from the physical implementation of an information system. Timing information, energy consumption, electromagnetic losses or even sound can be exploited to break the system. By using statistical analysis of these physical operations, it is possible to obtain data from protected memory (for example passwords and cryptographic keys). It is not a simple attack to perform, and cannot be enabled remotely because the malicious code must be executed locally on the machine. It is still unclear whether it is really possible to corrupt or modify data.… Read More »
Are VDI Environments Affected by Meltdown and Spectre? VDI environments can be affected when taking into consideration the hardware platform used to connect to the backend VDI environment, the hypervisor, as well as the guest operating system presented via the hypervisor. As an example, many VDI environments are running Microsoft Windows virtual machines for which Microsoft has released patches to change how user and kernel mode code is allowed to interact. However, there are facets of VDI architecture that help mitigate the effects of Meltdown and Spectre attack surfaces. Let’s take a look at what those are. VDI Environments Help Mitigate Meltdown and Spectre Attack Surfaces When it comes to… Read More »
The University of Florence is an important and influential centre for research and higher training in Italy, with 1,800 lecturers and internal research staff, 1,600 technical and administrative staff. At the beginning of 2016 approximately 230 PCs were replaced with thin clients and a centrally managed VDI system. Appreciated by users and IT staff, it was decided to extend the project to the computer classrooms as well. The replacement of devices began, initially with the obsolete units. Currently, SIAF provides about 320 workstations, some with dedicated graphics hardware , and the forecast is to expand to about 800 workstations in 2018. The first workstations that migrated to the VDI system… Read More »
Christmas doesn’t have to be Crisis with the Aimar Foundation and IGEL Reading UK. December 21, 2017 – IGEL, a world leader in endpoint management software for the secure enterprise, today announced that Crisis, the UK national charity for single homeless people, is using its thin client terminals as part of the technology solution provided at nine Crisis at Christmas locations in London, its operational centre as well locations in Birmingham, Coventry, Newcastle and Edinburgh. It is expected that around 4,700 homeless guests will be supported by the charity this year during the nine-day festive and New Year period. The IGEL equipment is part of a total IT package provided to Crisis at… Read More »
IGEL Extends Skype for Business Support to VMware Horizon Virtual Desktops The popular business communication platform’s high-definition audio and video conferencing capabilities are now available on IGEL OSTM-powered IGEL Universal Desktop™ thin clients configured for VMware Horizon® Client 4.6 READING, UK. Dec. 7, 2017 – IGEL, a world leader in endpoint management software for the secure enterprise, today announced that it has optimised the IGEL OS, adding support for Skype® for Business to IGEL UD6 and UD9 series Universal Desktop (UD) thin clients, and IGEL UD Pocket micro thin clients configured with VMware Horizon Client 4.6. Demand for high-definition audio and video conferencing capabilities is on the rise. According to No Jitter’s Second… Read More »
With Citrix releasing their Receiver version 13.7, the gap between Linux and Windows has reduced. With the current release of the Praim ThinOX firmware, customers can now benefit from the latest receiver on Praim thin client hardware as well as x86 based devices with ThinOX4PC. The most important aspect of this latest client, is the provision of the EDT (Enlightened Data Transport) protocol, which has been part of the Windows Receiver since version 4.6 which was first released in December 2016. What does EDT, or HDX Adaptive Transport offer that makes this worthwhile? Read here: www.praim.com
With thousands of staff caring for patients around the clock, St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust is the largest healthcare provider in southwest London. With over 7,000 dedicated staff, St George’s Healthcare serves an overall population of 1.3 million across southwest London. A large number of services, such as cardiothoracic medicine and surgery, neurosciences and renal transplantation, also cover significant populations from Surrey and Sussex, totalling around 3.5 million people. To serve such a big population, St George’s clinicians are constantly moving throughout all the facilities to treat patients. Timing and quick service are the primary need for the hospital. Doctors require fast, easy and secure access to clinical applications and… Read More »
IGEL’s DISRUPT forum brings together technology thought leaders to address the latest challenges in End User Computing Register to see the latest End User Computing innovations, hear from industry experts and leading solutions providers or attend technical boot camps Reading, UK. November 27th, 2017 – IGEL, a world leader in endpoint management software for the secure enterprise, today announced plans for its DISRUPT end user computing forum in Bremen, Germany, running from January 17-19th, 2018. DISRUPT will bring together technology thought leaders to discuss the latest innovations in end user computing and workspace management, demonstrate the latest solutions and provide technical training. Registration is open now. “Virtual Desktop Infrastructures and End User Computing innovations are creating… Read More »
Microsoft needs to build the next generation of Windows that runs in Azure and is streamed locally if it hopes to compete with Chromebooks, Android, and iOS.
Being part of an IT department involves a 360 degree commitment to ordinary and extraordinary infrastructure management activities. These activities may, however, prove to be onerous in terms of time and resources to employ. For this reason, it is important to use tools that allow the IT department to perform these operations as quickly as possible. source: praim.com