Endpoint Management Cannot be an Add-On
As the global leader in thin client endpoint management, we at IGEL Technology are keenly aware of product announcements that focus on hardware while failing to acknowledge the key differentiators of firmware and more importantly device management.
A case in point: Recent published reports speak to Dell’s introduction of a new, low cost, terminal device, the Wyse 3040, that “blurs the lines between a PC and thin client.” The reports speak to the “speeds ‘n feeds” of the device’s hardware, but pays little homage to firmware, which is the software that gives the device its personality, nor to device management. This approach is a great example of companies trying to capture market solely on hardware without delivering on the essential elements that make up an authentic enterprise thin client solution.
Permit us to brag a little – IGEL is the future-looking Tesla of end user computing devices, where it is software that makes the device, and where management is an active-thought, not an after-thought. To be sure, hardware is important to a degree, but a hardware-focused approach is so very last year.
Read the entire article here, Endpoint Management Cannot be an Add-On
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