Enhanced Connectivity, Performance, and Design: Kaspersky Thin Client 2.0 Cyber Immune Protection


Kaspersky Introduces Thin Client 2.0 with Enhanced Connectivity and Cyber Immune Protection

Kaspersky Introduces Enhanced Thin Client Operating System for Improved Connectivity and Performance

Kaspersky has unveiled its latest innovation in the form of an updated operating system for thin clients, offering a range of enhanced features aimed at improving connectivity, application delivery speed, and overall user experience. The new Kaspersky Thin Client 2.0 is a key component of the Cyber Immune solution, designed to build secure thin client infrastructure across various industries such as healthcare, finance, education, and manufacturing.

The Thin Client 2.0 comes with a user-friendly graphical interface, quick deployment capabilities, and a lower total cost of ownership, making it an attractive option for organizations looking to enhance their remote desktop capabilities. The product is now available in the Middle East region through a strategic partnership with SCOPE Middle East, under a Memorandum of Understanding.

Thin clients serve as compact endpoints that provide users with access to remote desktops, acting as substitutes for traditional local workstations. With the thin client market expected to reach $1.36 billion by 2028, Kaspersky has been focusing on developing a functional thin client infrastructure built on its secure KasperskyOS platform.

The new Kaspersky Thin Client 2.0 is aligned with the Cyber Immune approach, ensuring that it is secure by design and capable of performing critical functions even in hostile environments. The product eliminates the need for additional security software, resulting in a lower total cost of ownership for organizations.

Key updates in the Thin Client 2.0 include enhanced connectivity options, improved performance with faster application delivery, and a revamped user interface for better usability. The product also features automatic reconnection to remote desktops in case of interruptions, along with new functions such as audio conferences and document printing from guest operating systems.

The distribution of Kaspersky Thin Client 2.0 in the Middle East marks a significant milestone for the company, with SCOPE Middle East set to distribute the product in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Jordan. The partnership aims to strengthen digital defenses in the region and empower organizations with cutting-edge Cyber Immune solutions.

Overall, the launch of Kaspersky Thin Client 2.0 represents a major step towards enhancing cyber resilience and security in the workplace industry, offering customers faster, more powerful, and user-friendly protection in an increasingly digital world.

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