Special Report

Client computing has evolved to ‘virtual client’ computing, enabling mobile access to an organization’s network resources for continuity of operations, telework, and greater overall mobility and productivity, and it is taking hold in both public- and private-sector organizations.  Read More Here

The recently announced digital government strategy was rolled out by the Obama administration to help the public and government employees gain access to government information from any location, at any time, on any device. Agencies expect to gain guidance on how to procure and manage end-user computing devices, services and applications securely and affordably. Read More Here

Public-sector organizations are finding that virtual clients provide the best way to resolve escalating PC and mobile device security and management problems. Virtual client computing eliminates the effort required to upgrade hardware, update software, deploy applications, improve security and ensure regular backups. Read More Here

A growing number of government organizations are now investing in virtual client solutions to embrace mobility for end users while centralizing control and management of client systems of all kinds. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game; the city of High Point, N.C.; Fairfax County, Va.; and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have all transformed end-user computing with virtual technologies. Read More Here

Suggestions include assessing different delivery models for what will fit best in your organization, being realistic about cost savings, and closely examining both network and storage requirements. Those are just a few of the tips public-sector organizations should use to help deploy modern client computing.  Read More Here