Happy Thanksgiving week, everybody! This week we’ve compiled a list of content focused on IoT and the Raspberry Pi. As you know, the low cost and versatile Raspberry Pi can be used to solve many challenges. But what you may not know is that it is actually a viable option to power enterprise grade Thin Clients.
Over the past few years, the Raspberry Pi Thin Client has evolved into a viable, enterprise grade endpoint alternative or compliment to traditional Thin Clients. Thanks in part to advances made by our team, today enterprises have a real, mature solution to allow them to potentially scale their VDI network by thousands of devices at a fraction of the cost of investing in an entire, new network of traditional Thin Clients.
The Raspberry Pi’s potential is even larger than you could imagine. Find out how much you can create with a kit today!
IoT (Internet of Things) is bringing AI and more to the digital workplace. Learn what to expect with changes coming from IoT.
So you know that the Raspberry Pi can be used to solve real world business challenges when it is powered by NoTouch OS. But did you know about these five innovative use cases for the Raspberry Pi? Read more on our blog!
You’ve heard about Cloud hosted VDI and DaaS. But can it have an actual impact on your business and increase ROI? One of the main advantages of DaaS (Desktop as a Service) is its ability to save on costs. Read more on our blog and learn about Stratodesk’s all-in-one solution for Cloud hosted VDI.
What is IoT? IoT comprises everything from smart home designs to little devices that fit right in your pocket, as well as dishwashers, dryers, toasters and many other kinds of appliances in homes, vehicles and public spaces or more advanced IoT industrial applications. Click the link to find out 5 common misconceptions about IoT.
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