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Thin Client Computing: Is it for Everyone?

Thin Client Computing: Is it for Everyone?

By centralizing the computing assets, we are expecting thin client computing technologies to provide higher uptime, more end user work space, better security, and better manageability. Are these tall claims? Is thin client computing for everyone?

Contributors

    • Robert Israel, CIO, John C. Lincoln Hospitals, Phoenix, Arizona
    • Brian Chee, Senior Contributing Editor, InfoWorld

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Contributors

Robert Israel

Robert Israel, CIO, John C. Lincoln Hospitals, Phoenix, Arizona

Robert Israel is the CIO with John C. Lincoln (JCL) Hospitals in Phoenix, Arizona. As the HIPAA Security Officer for JCL, he is also responsible for ensuring that his facilities meet or exceed federally mandated guidelines for the physical ... More   View all posts
Brian Chee

Brian Chee, Senior Contributing Editor, InfoWorld

Brian Chee is the Senior Contributing Editor with InfoWorld. In addition, Brian Chee also serves as the director and founder of the Advanced Network Computing Laboratory at the University of Hawaii's Department of Information and Computer S... More   View all posts
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