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HP Financial Thin Client Solutions
Balance multiple objectives.
Because there’s no local storage and no moving parts that can cause failure, HP Thin Client Solutions for financial services offer the security and dependability so vital to financial industry operations. An HP Thin Client implementation offers industry-leading security features to prevent potentially compromising activity, such as unauthorized downloading, file sharing or users installing unapproved or harmful applications HP Thin Client solutions for financial services even offer secure, powerful specialty Thin Clients that can support the most demanding financial applications.
What’s On Your Balance Sheet?
Now you can balance multiple objectives—like improved productivity, maximum ROI, minimum risk, and greater agility with HP Thin Clients:
Accommodate and streamline operating systems
Software maintenance, patches, and upgrades occur in a centralized data center. Industry-specific in-house applications can extend from the data center to HP Thin Clients running a Windows or Linux OS.
Reconfigure your physical environment
Rethink your physical layout to achieve a higher level of productivity and make the most of square footage. HP Thin Clients provide a less disruptive work environment and generate less heat and noise.
Increase CPU speed to get more done in less time and rethink workflow configurations to eliminate unnecessary steps and redundancies.
Meet security requirements
Data is stored in the data center, not distributed across the hard drives of multiple PCs in public areas. Data can be securely archived to meet regulatory requirements.
Starkey Mortgage Powers New Business Efficiencies with HP Thin Clients
Starkey Mortgage embraced an HP infrastructure that includes HP 6360t Mobile Clients. Now, remote management simplifies software support and thin client plug-and-play functionality simplies field hardware support—while centralized data storage secures critical data. Read the case study