Busting the Sun Ray myths
By chhandomay on Jun 25, 2008
of ZDNet dispels
many myths surrounding Sun Ray.
He has busted all
the top myths people put forward to argue that it's not as good as a
PC. He found that most of the more widely cited negatives for Sun Rays
are pure nonsense.
According to Paul, Sun Rays are not the right answer for a hobbyist who wants to play games or pretend to program -- but for large organizations the negatives simply don't hold up. One of the lessons that can be learned from productivity change in the telecom industry is that centrally provisioned services can be extremely attractive to consumers provided that the service provider does not impose artificial controls on what the user can do with the device.
|We have many large organizations
in different verticals who save a bundle by deploying this thin client
solution of ours. Here
is how Denver Health does it, and here
is how Kuwait's Savings and Credit Bank saves money.
So why don't you run a pilot for Sun Ray in your organization and see for yourself how it stacks up.
Hint: You'll be pleasantly surprised.