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Thin Client News – Dell Wyse scores two perfect 10 security flaws

  Dell Thin Client From the Register Dec 2020 – Dell, which pitches its Wyse ThinOS as “the most secure thin client operating system,” plans to publish an advisory on Monday for two security vulnerabilities that are as bad as they could possibly be. CVE-2020-29491 and CVE-2020-29492 are both critical flaws, managing a perfect (although unwelcome) CVSS score… Read More »

Thinclient Product Update – Wyse ThinOS 9.0 & Wyse Management Suite 2.0

Wyse ThinOS 9.0 is the most secure thin client operating system with Citrix Workspace app and with enhanced management capabilities from WMS 2.0 One tool does it all. Wyse Management Suite is a flexible cloud management solution that allows to centrally configure, monitor, manage and optimize Wyse thin clients, zero clients and software thin clients (with Wyse Converter… Read More »

Dell Unveils its Most Secure Mobile and All-in-One-Computing Thin Clients

Dell Thin Client News Reprinted from Dell Highlights: New Dell Wyse 5470 enables optimized mobility and productivity to collaborate and work confidently from the cloud New Dell Wyse 5470 All-in-One delivers optimized performance and trusted security on a 23.8-inch display New mobile and All-in-One thin clients are designed to enhance virtual workspaces with ultimate security and intelligent unified… Read More »

Dell Wyse 3040 Thin Client is basically a cheap, tiny, low power PC

A thin client is basically a computer that doesn’t need a lot of memory, storage, or processing power because it’s designed to let you access software that’s actually running on a server, often due to virtualization technology.So we typically see thin clients in business and enterprise environments. But Dell’s newest model actually looks like a pretty nice little PC in its own right… if you don’t need a lot of RAM or storage.The Dell Wyse 3040 Thin Client is a $329 system with an Intel Atom x5 Cherry Trail processor, support for dual displays, wired and wireless network support, and Dell’s ThinOS or ThinLinux operating system options.The only real catch? The Wyse 3040 has just 2GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. So if you were going to repurpose it as a full-fledged PC, you might want to either add storage, or find applications that don’t need much additional storage space (like using the system as a media streamer).Or if you actually are looking to use the system as a thin client, Dell says its Wyse ThinLinux operating system is based on SUSE Linux, but it features additional security hardening. And the system uses less than 5 watts of power.The Wyse 3040 includes Gigabit Ethernet, a USB 3.1 port, 3 USB 2,0 ports, a headset jack, and dual DisplayPort jacks with support for up to two 2560 x 1600 monitors with 60 Hz refresh rates.An 802.11ac WiFi card is also available as an option.The system measures 3.8 x 3.8 x 1.1 and weighs just over half a pound.[gallery ids=96133,96131,96130,96129,96127]press release

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Dell Leadership in Thin Client Innovation with Broadest Set of New Desktop Virtualization Solutions

Dell cloud client-computing today at Citrix Synergy unveiled its broadest portfolio of new and updated virtual workspace solutions including new thin

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  • Top-of-the-Line Dell Wyse 7040 thin client specifically designed with the highest levels of security and performance
  • Cost-effective Dell Wyse 3030 LT thin client offers security, manageability and a great virtual desktop user experience based on Wyse ThinOS or ThinLinux technology
  • Wyse ThinOS 8.3 adds rich unified communications support for Skype for Business and updated features in concert with major virtual workspace solutions partners
  • New Wyse ThinLinux software optimized for thin clients provides additional OS option for Dell customers
  • Wyse Device Manager 5.7 offers new intuitive, simplified web-based UI and public cloud deployment options
 

 

IGEL UDC2 now converts enterprise-class Dell Wyse thin clients

IGEL UDC2 simplifies remote management of business desktops and assists migration to VDI environment Reading, UK. December 1, 2015 – The latest updates to IGEL’s Universal Desktop Converter 2 solution now allows businesses to convert Dell Wyse thin clients from the 5000 and 7000 series into standardized IGEL desktops, with all the remote management benefits of a unified… Read More »