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Create Virtual Desktops Using Simplified Cloud Access
Samsung TX-WN aids in providing a manageable, cost-effective path to creating workable, user-friendly VDI solutions. IT personnel can provide support and manage applications, backups and security remotely. Valuable resources can be saved by reducing the need to visit individual workstations that have a range of operating systems and software.
To access the virtual desktop, the user needs only an existing monitor and the compact TX-WN. Less equipment helps clear the physical desktop of cumbersome computers and speakers. Users can access the software, settings and data they need on a server. They can focus on assigned tasks rather than on updating software and backing up data.
Reduce Costs and Management Time with a More Efficient VDI Solution
With its AMD Ontario 1.0 GHz Dual CPU, TX-WN serves as an optimised PC, limiting the need to purchase individual operating systems or applications. Upgrading software takes less time because upgrades are performed from a central location.
VDI implementation greatly reduces the need for hardware and software maintenance support, giving IT professionals more time to focus on strategic goals. Virtual desktops also help users spend more time on their assigned duties and less time correcting technical issues.
Decrease Threats with More Secure Data
Using VDI technology, IT personnel can more easily follow standard best practices and meet regulatory requirements
for data storage. VDI solutions also make it easier to perform regular backups, install security patches, detect potential problems and speed disaster recovery from one central location.
Clear Desktop Clutter with a More Compact and Versatile Device
In addition to taking up less space, the fanless device uses less power than most PCs, which helps reduce electricity expenses. The versatile X Series Thin Client TX-WN also has built-in stereo speakers and offers multiple ports for connecting various peripherals.
With MagicRMS 2.0, IT personnel can update firmware, send files, view device details and collect asset information from a centrally located console. Additional information that can be gathered includes import and export profiles, report statuses and events, and hardware and software application versions.