HP Application Thin Client Solutions
Applications and Use Cases
What do you want to do?
As all data with an HP Thin Client computing solution resides in the data center, organizations can more easily protect customer, patient or competitive information and help assist government security regulations.
HP Thin Client Applications
Protect your data with unique security features.
No data in HP high-security computing environments ever is stored on an HP desktop or mobile thin client—making it nothing more than a paperweight when not connected to your secure network. And HP Thin Clients also include a number of unique security features, such as your choice of Enhanced or File-based Write Filters, built-in firewalls and antivirus software and support for multi-factor authentication through smart cards to help ensure only the people you provide access to can enter your network. Remote, centrally stored data is also more easily recovered in the event that natural disaster, accident or theft reaches your thin clients, helping to preserve business continuity and provide better protection for your IT investments. Download the White Paper
Maximize workspace in high-density business environments.
A small footprint and quiet operation make HP Thin Clients ideal for environments with large numbers of users sharing a small space. Quiet, low-power HP Thin Clients help reduce power costs and offer flexible mounting options to help maximize workspace.
Accommodate all types of users.
All user types are accommodated with thin computing solutions from HP— including power users in fields like design, manufacturing, oil and gas exploration, or financial services who need greater performance, specialized USB hardware, and advanced, 2D, 3D, and multimedia application support.
Advanced HP and partner software technologies help compress and accelerate data-intensive applications and move them across the network to provide a more secure, reliable, “just like local” experience for your users, regardless of location.
Customized applications and USB device support are no problem, and paired with HP remote blade workstations, your end users get the same experiences as working with a local unit with all of the management, seucirty, and ease of deploiyment benefits of an HP Thin Client.