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THINWORX's Server-based Computing (SBC) Solution centralizes the delivery and management of enterprise applications while ensuring secure, on-demand access for local and remote users.

THINWORX Architecture for Server-Based Application Delivery

THINWORX'S SBC architecture removes applications from the desktop and consolidates them on a central server, where administrators can deploy, manage and support them from a secure, single point. In a server-based configuration, PCs become terminals, or 'thin clients.'

Server-based computing resolves the management, access and security issues of a traditional distributed computing platform.

1. Reduced IT Cost and Complexity

Single-point applicatons deployment, management and
support simplify administration and demands fewer IT
resources than the traditional PC computing platform.

Applications are configured once, on a central server,
and instantly propagate to all users; applications and files
installed on a few servers can be made accessible to
hundreds of workstations.

Patch management for clients is unnecessary.

Troubleshooting is simplified: issues are resolved centrally and simultaneously redressed on user devices.

Centralized support and help-desk functions combined with a thin-client architecture dramatically reduce the number and duration of desk-side calls and save IT administrators time and travel costs.

2. Lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

A server-based computing platform reduces overhead costs, increases ROI and boosts prodictivity.

An SBC-enabled thin-client computing platform can dramatically reduce the energy consumption of end-use devices

By shifting the computing burden from client to server, SBC prolongs the life of client-device and raises the hardware ROI

SBC effectively extends Windows or DOS-based applications beyond the performace capabilities of the client workstation, allowing legacy hardware to run newer applications despite limitations of local memory and CPU.

3. Increased Security

SBC is recognized as the most secure architecture for application delivery.

Centrally controlled, role-based access, further ensures data security.

Central control over data printing and storage rights.

4. Enhanced Business Agility and Continuity

SBC accelerates application deployment and extends it to virtually any client device, enhancing an organization's responsiveness and agility.

Ensures continuity during server interruptions

Reduces system downtime through improved redundancy and disaster management.

Reduces the risk of data loss through centralized storage, management, and backup.

5. End-User Mobility and Flexibility

SBC promotes flexible work arrangements by enabling remote access to enterprise applications and data.