Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> Seems a bit dodgy this new article... but might be worth a glance.
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> | 2X announces the release of 2X ThinClientServer v3, which aims to solve
> | the Windows desktop management hassles by controlling what Windows
> | applications users can run via a small foot print, secure Linux desktop.
> | [...]
> | ? No more patching of desktops
> | ? No more checking for rogue applications on the desktop
> | ? No need to deploy new or update software on desktops
> | ? No more need to re-install XP
> | ? No need to back up data on desktop machines
> | ? Unauthorized use of removable media (USB sticks, Ipods) impossible.
> | In addition, the need to invest in, learn & manage the following
> | software becomes obsolete:
> | ? No Anti Virus needed on the desktop
> | ? No Anti Spyware needed on the desktop
> | ? No USB/CD ROM device control needed on the desktop
> | ? No desktop management software needed
> | ? No desktop backup software
> | ? No need for Operating system updates ? No new Vista licenses needed.
Home site: http://www.2x.com/thinclientserver/
Use up to 5 Clients *Free*
Looks very good. A nice way to use windows and get rid of your security