The infrastructure of virtual desktops using thin clients helps to simplify the academic process and make it more secure.
For example, with the help of thin clients, student access is limited to a preinstalled set of programs and applications in standard virtual profiles. This makes the management of the academic process more predictable than with traditional computers. The inability to connect unauthorized USB drives protects IT systems from potentially dangerous third-party files. If required, the administrator can quickly and easily replace any operating terminal with a new one and just as easily update the configurations on all infrastructure thin clients simultaneously.
Kaspersky Secure Remote Workspace provides comfortable use of thin clients as part of a virtual desktop infrastructure. The solution makes it easy to administer thin clients in educational institutions, install system updates on time and quickly restore workstation functionality after a failure.