A comparison of Thick and Thin clients in Networks.
Most current networks have what is known as 'thick clients'. These are the nodes attached to the network (mainly PC's), and they are called 'thick', (as opposed to 'thin') because they have their own processor, memory and storage devices.
However, a recent article suggests that networks could be better by the use of 'thin clients'. This is where the users just have a dumb terminal with no memory, processing power, storage etc. for use with multi user operating systems.
There are many advantages and disadvantages in both methods.
The advantages to be gained by using thin clients include; -…
- A comparison of Thick and Thin clients in Networks.
- An Introduction to Wireless Networks.
- The insecurities surrounding wireless networks with a brief background on how wireless networks work.
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