Cloud-based Solutions can cut IT Costs in Half

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Cloud computing combines cost and energy efficiency within the workplace, allowing a business to grow with user-friendly and easy to install IT solutions. 

LG network monitors are designed to reduce cost and energy for a business: they are a breakthrough affordable and no-hassle multi-computing solution that is easy to support. New cloud systems bring convenience, enhanced connectivity and security, as well as cost efficiency to IT management.

The LG Cloud Portfolio is designed for wherever security and user interactions are crucial factors for success. From data-laden healthcare and finance to research-intensive higher education, every device is built with inherent security and simplified management to minimize potential downtime, letting professionals focus on the job at hand.

Streamlined Solutions in the Office

In traditional PC-based systems, devices have their own memory and their own hardware components, while in cloud-based systems, data processing and storage is based on a central server, so, for example, when using a monitor, there is no need for a separate tower. The advantage of these connected systems is that, since the devices do not store data, any malfunction of the machine will not cause disruption to the organization’s day-to-day workflow, as all other devices will have access to all documents. Because the software background of the entire IT system resides on the central server, various security and system updates can be managed from a single location.

Strong and Secure Computing

LG’s new suite of cloud monitor solutions are designed with the IT professional in mind. LG’s Zero Client display reimagines computing by providing a centralized network management system that enables easy maintenance and streamlines operations. These units are designed to provide uncompromised display quality and up to five times faster performance than previous models. Unlike traditional monitors, LG Zero Client models provide built-in security with PC-over-IP (PCoIP), which internally manages software updates and greatly reduces the risk of virus, spyware, and hacking as all data and memory are stored in the central data center.

“Secure data transfer is becoming extremely important in the IT industry. This is why LG expanded its highly acclaimed commercial desktop monitor portfolio to include state-of-the-art client monitors and cloud solutions,” said Gábor Németh, IT B2B Key Account Manager of LG Hungary.  

“With highly secure cloud computing solutions, LG’s broad portfolio of monitors are designed to meet the evolving needs of end users in a variety of industries.”

Built for high-performance virtual computing, these cloud clients are powered by Teradici PCoIP, making them compatible with popular VDIs such as Amazon WorkSpaces, VMware, Citrix, and Microsoft Azure, without sacrificing display quality or security.

Saving Costs and Energy  

The transition from traditional PC-based systems to cloud-based solutions reduces the total cost of ownership (the lifecycle cost of the system) by more than 50%. LG Thin Clients reduce operational and maintenance costs with streamlined manageability and long product lifecycles.

Office workers will never miss a single detail with LG’s displays of premium quality, as IPS panels deliver uniform and clear picture quality from any viewing angle. The dual USB 3.0, HDMI, and Thunderbolt ports offer easy connectivity in any situation. With the ergonomic stand of the 27 inch All-in-One Thin Client (model 27CN650W/N), office workers have the comfort to adjust, swivel and pivot the monitor for their comfort, and they can even host online meetings and video conferences with a built-in Full HD pop-up webcam and integrated speakers.  

The 38 inch UltraWide client (38CK950N/38CK900N models) is a WQHD+ resolution, 21:9 curved screen which allows multiple data windows to be displayed on one screen at the same time in various layout settings, even from two different content sources.

With LG cloud computing systems, fewer cables and devices are required, thus the complete look of the office becomes cleaner and more transparent. The monitors are connected over the corporate LAN cable, which also acts as a power supply. These features allow for a simplistic setup. The only things required to get started on their LG Zero Client monitors are the keyboard and a mouse.

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