Cloud Computing and the Modern Workforce From Techspective Nov 2020 — Excerpt: BY PHILLIP JOHNSON ON NOVEMBER 11, 2020CLOUD, CLOUD APPS, CLOUD DATA, HYBRID CLOUD, STRATEGY Organizations are enhancing safety and security, reducing costs and increasing operational flexibility by using cloud computing platforms. After two decades of advances, cloud computing has now established itself as a core business tool for many of the world’s largest… Read More »
The Chromebooks listed in the Wired article are on the spendy side. Not sure why “Budget” is included in title. Maybe that is more catchy and more political than “cheap”. The budget Chromebook here is the Dell for $400. You can go on the Dell site and get 11″ Education model for $249. HP starts even “less expensive”… Read More »
Mobile Thin Client HP has announced the next generation of their affordable HP EliteBook 700 G6 series business laptops, the new HP EliteBook 735 G6 (13-inch) and HP EliteBook 745 G6 (14-inch). HP has added premium features to the mainstream line including 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen PRO processors with Radeon Vega graphics. Both new EliteBooks focus on power, security, and an ultra-slim design and feature… Read More »
Laptops as Thin Client Device 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.… Read More »
And a big education push for 2018
Microsoft finally responding to Chrome taking the market. I guess better late than never + they can pick up dissatisfied customers.
Fujitsu this week launched a new ultra-portable thin-client, FUTRO MU937. Fujitsu claims that it is the world’s lightest 13.3″ mobile thin client and it weighs just 799g and comes with a thickness of 15mm. Generally, lightweight laptops will be less durable. Despite its extremely light body, Fujitsu this device has cleared several strict tests, including …
With the company’s vSpace Client application, users receive a year’s access to its virtualized Windows desktop service.
Google and its partners have managed to sell a lot of Chromebooks without requiring access to Microsoft’s Windows ecosystem. But having that access — alongside the usual Chrome OS experience — would allow users to have their computing cake and eat it, too. At least that’s what virtualization company NComputing is hoping to achieve with its new Chromebook.
The CX110 is a traditional Chrome-based laptop, but with one key difference: It includes a year’s access to the firm’s new vSpace Client for Chromebook software, which provides a Windows desktop experience on a Chromebook device via a centralized vSpace Server, which can provide up to 100 virtual desktops.
Mobile cloud computing is easier and more flexible than ever with the light HP mt245 Mobile Thin Client. Get work done anywhere with cloud convenience. Source: www8.hp.com HP has expanded their mobile cloud computing portfolio with the HP mt245 Mobile Thin Client. The mt245 allows for easy and flexible cloud computing on-the-go and delivers pro-class user features and… Read More »
GAINESVILLE, Va., March 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — NCS Technologies, Inc. (www.ncst.com), an innovative… Source: www.prnewswire.com The laptop has a 14-inch screen, 6-cell battery, available docking station, integrated smart card reader and Wi-Fi options – optimized for UK users. Thin client and zero client end users access office productivity applications – such as email, word processing, spreadsheets and electronic presentations –… Read More »