Because the mini PC is not that well known or understood by the market, there is a tendency to choose the supposedly safer or better-understood options, says Xavier Nel, head of product at CloudGate.
Mini PCs are well-suited as an interface to the cloud, as these devices provide the perfect link between the user and the computational power in the cloud.
The compact and reliable mini PCs can play a significant role in evolving the hardware as a service model.
The small form factor, robust nature and versatility of mini-PCs make these devices suitable for a wide number of industry sectors.
With a sudden surge in remote working, driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, companies need to find ways to provide staff with an experience equivalent to being in the office.
Mini-PCs offer a multitude of advantages over their larger brethren when it comes to the delivery of highly capable intelligent edge devices.
Mini-PCs offer agility and efficiency, increase productivity and enable companies to quickly and cost-effectively move to remote sites, says Xavier Nel, head of product at CloudGate.
Xavier Nel, head of product at CloudGate, examines whether IT services and sustainability can ever work hand-in-hand.
High-speed Internet connectivity and the rise of the cloud is changing organisations’ approach to desktop PCs, enabling these large devices to be replaced with palm-sized micro-computers.
Micro-computers offer a multitude of benefits to the contact centre, says CloudGate.
A micro-computer offers many advantages to the education sector, not the least of which is that if it is smaller, it is easier to install and maintain, says Xavier Nel, head of product at CloudGate.
The benefits of the cloud go beyond cost and efficiency – cloud can also impact a small business owner’s carbon footprint.