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Ncomputing Thin CLients Is Good or Not .. ?

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Good I. What sense? What are the requirements so that you can measure whether or not this particular type of device is appropriate?

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Good. NComputing have one-to-one computer access at a very reasonable cost, and when it's time for a tech refresh, the costs are minimal compared to any other solution. This should be the only way it's done. And not to mention, NComputing's ease of deployment is was extremely simple and seamless.

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