A thin client is a network computer without
a hard disk drive, which, in client/server applications,
is designed to be especially small so that the
bulk of the data processing occurs on the server.
thin client (computing): A server-centric computing
model in which the application software, data,
and CPU power resides on a network server rather
than on the client computer
Sima supplies adaptable thin clients that
are scalable from a simple appliance to robust
workhorse. There is no more problem of: computer
failure, hard disk crush, data lost, virus infection,
high cost software, hareware maintained, information
security and network management.