• Enterprise
  • Service Providers
  • Care Centers
  • Internet Cafés
  • Education
  • Libraries
While personal computers have made the backbone of modern enterprise, they have also become a significant cost-center with large IT organizations to support roll-outs of software updates, qualifying and deploying the software, and addressing the problems and failures. With the advent of the browser-based applications, the support and maintenance of the personal computer equipment can be greatly reduced, as applications no longer need to be deployed and upgraded, and viruses and incompatibilities can be eradicated.

Providers have long been keen on offering personal computers to their customers, however held back due to the high support costs associated with standard personal computers. What they need is a solution that’s easy to install, requires little to no support, and that they can customize into a hub for pulling together services they offer.

More than ever assisted living facilities are looking for ways
to keep their residents as busy as possible with physical and mental activities.
At the same time, children and relatives are looking for ways to frequently connect with their loved ones, be able to share things like videos, interesting articles, or engage with them through a game. Computers provide a fantastic channel for linking people with each other, and to the world of information, entertainment, and mental exercise.

While Internet Café industry is growing, it’s also facing new challenges. Tighter governmental controls and regulations, copyright protection lawsuits are among the few factors that are making the internet café owners to review their policies and seek solutions to content control, privacy protection, auditing, and security compliance. Additionally, energy costs are also causing the owners to look for alternatives in the green computing.

Educational establishments are looking for a computer platform that will allow the faculty and students to take advantage of the latest tools and technologies offered by the internet age, but without the costs and hassles associated with maintaining traditional personal computers. They are looking for solution that will be small in size in order to fit into tight spaces, green to support energy savings, safe, reliable, and manageable.

The libraries are looking for a solution that will provide their patrons
with the tools they need, and with the feature set and performance they expect.
All while providing library administrators with an option that requires very little maintenance, easy support and configuration, ways to apply appropriate restrictions, and centralized control. In addition to that, the computing hardware should be small to fit into tight spaces, green to support energy savings, safe and reliable. The solution should address privacy and security controls, relieving the library institutions from liabilities associated with internet access.