Evaluating Thin-Client IT Security in a Changing Threat Landscape

September 19th, 2010 |
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IT Client Technology: Intel IT’s security team continually analyzes our computing model to determine how it needs to evolve in response to an ever-changing threat landscape. Recent cyber-attacks on a number of high-profile targets provided added impetus to re-evaluate the security offered by thin-client models and whether using thin clients could help defend against similar attacks. Looking forward, our client strategy must continue to keep pace with security requirements, enhance employee productivity, and reduce IT costs. At the same time, we need to manage added complexities such as an increasing number of devices per user, a diversification of form factors, and the adoption of consumer technologies within the enterprise.

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