A couple of days ago I mentioned that I'll be testing a thin client device from Ncomputing. And more than likely will be purchasing a couple for myself. I'm looking forward to trying it out as I think it could really cut down on computer/network management for real estate offices and teams. This means less computer management time, lower operating costs, and more time doing what needs to be done (and a life).
If you've worked with GoToMyPC, VNC, WebEx, LogMeIn, or some other remote computer access software, you're already familiar with the technology. The difference with Ncomputing's solution is that it's a hardware solution. By connecting one of Ncomputing's devices to your network, you can have an instant computer. Just add a mouse and keyboard.
There are a lot of questions that are up for debate on this one. But the big question is:
Thick or Thin? Translation: Why not buy a cheap computer?I won't answer this for you, but rather I'd love to get your thoughts on it.