"Author Jim McQuillan of the Linux Terminal Server Project takes
a look at the potent combination of Linux and thin client
computing. Thin clients have the potential to save money in terms
of both hardware and software, while users take advantage of a
"write once, run anywhere" technology. Initially, thin clients
faced several problems, but many of these have been overcome, and
the future is more promising. Jim and co-authors Ron Colcernian and
Bill Allie look briefly at the history of thin clients, their
current resurgence, and a few case studies. The authors
highlight some important keys to the success of thin clients, and
provide useful resources to the reader."
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