ZDNet UK: Europcar Slims IT Costs with Linux Thin Clients
Nov 30, 2004, 18:00 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ingrid Marson)
"Car hire firm Europcar International has migrated thousands of
PCs across Europe from Windows fat clients to Linux thin clients,
lowering both its hardware and maintenance costs.
"The car hire firm has saved on hardware and maintenance costs
by migrating its 1,500 stations to thin clients running Linux, but
Stefan Ostrowski, the CIO of Europcar, said that while migrating to
Linux thin clients has saved them money, but it would not have been
as cost effective for them to migrate fat clients to Linux..."