Terminal solution

Terminal technology is an effective solution to ensure high productivity of the workflow with low hardware and software costs. It is implemented using a terminal server (a powerful computer) connected via a network to terminal clients. Such clients may be low-power or outdated computers. Since all applications run on the server in a multi-user OS. Such a terminal system allows you to create a reliable and easy-to-use infrastructure with minimal investment.

The main advantages of the terminal system

  1. Reliability and safety of data. Due to the fact that all the data is on the same server, which is regularly backed up, the risk of losing important information is minimized. It should also be noted that there are no software failures due to viruses on the physical machine. Failed machines can easily be replaced with new ones. In this case, there is no need to save or transfer data, since all the information is on the main server.
  2. High security terminal system. The server on which all the data is located can be located anywhere: in the company building, in another city or country. Access to confidential information is closed to the ordinary user of the terminal system. Important company data is protected.
  3. Lower cost of ownership of the terminal system. Modernization of all workplaces comes down to the modernization of only one server, on which all information is located. As terminal clients, you can use low-power or outdated computers, which will significantly reduce the cost of buying office equipment.
  4. Reduced software installation costs. For example, a terminal license for one workstation will cost half as much as a full installation of the operating system.
  5. Ease of administration of the terminal system. Due to the fact that all applications and programs are installed on the same server, their administration can be performed by one person. The software update is carried out centrally, due to which only the software located on the servers is subject to updating. The installation of new applications also takes place. After installation on a terminal server, using the minimum settings, applications become available to all terminal clients connected to the server. Such systems make it possible to differentiate user rights with respect to installed software. For example, one terminal client will have access to corporate mail and office applications, the other to the accounting system, and the third to all of those listed with access to regulatory documents, etc. Terminal systems also make it possible for the administrator to connect to the client session at any time and help in solving the problem. This can significantly save time, as user assistance occurs remotely and in the shortest possible time.
  6. Easy to integrate a new client into the workflow. To add a new workplace, you just need to install a terminal. The operating system, software and applications are installed through simple and quick configuration on the server. If over time the number of terminal system users and installed capacities increases, and the server is not enough, you can upgrade the old one or install an additional one. To do this, you need to create a terminal cluster and configure the load balancing scheme. Such manipulation will increase the speed and productivity of the entire terminal system.
  7. Access to working papers and programs from anywhere. The terminal system can be configured so that certain users can always have access to their work data. From any place where there is an available communication channel, as well as a laptop or smartphone.
  8. Lack of sensitivity to network bandwidth. A minimal amount of information is transmitted between the terminal client and the server (moving the mouse cursor and pressing keys from the client, commands to update the screen from the server). This requires a maximum of 10Kv / s per client, to support the work of approximately 1000 users, the throughput of one 100MB network segment will be required. To switch to large volumes of processed data, it is enough to increase the power of the server park and the bandwidth of the channel between the servers.
By using terminal systems in your work, you can reduce financial costs for updating software and equipment in general, while creating a reliable, safe and easy-to-use IT infrastructure.
The company "System Integrator" offers the following range of services for the implementation of terminal systems:
  1. Determining the nature of the interaction between employees within the customer company.
  2. Determining the presence and remoteness of branches, both within the country and outside its borders.
  3. Inventory of the existing information system of the customer company
  • Client and server software
  • Client and server equipment;
  • Working network equipment;
  • Information flows of the customer company.
  1. Preparation of a comprehensive solution, which includes:
  • Plan;
  • Financial calculation of work performed and equipment involved;
  • Providing all documentation for the completed project.

Technical implementation

  • Windows RDP
  • Linux LTSP
  • Software clients
  • RDP client
  • VNC client
  • Hardware clients
  • PC or laptop
  • Mobile devices (smartphone, tablet)
  • Thin client
  • PC-based diskless station (network boot via PXE protocol)
  • Terminal Solution Scheme
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