Which industries use KVM switches?
KVM switches are used across a wide array of industries but specific industries may have different requirements. Here’s the value they provide:
- Federal government: Help users view and integrate multiple data sources for real-time decision making on multiple screens. Protect the integrity of mission-critical data and operations by managing user access and segregating secure computers from non-secure computers.
Federal government users will benefit most from secure KVM solutions, which enable users to securely access and use information at different classification levels. Secure KVM switches also helps protect data from external cyberattack and accidental or intentional internal exposure, such as via a desktop, thin client, or laptop computer.
- Financial services: Help enable high-speed financial operations, such as trading, empowering traders to integrate multiple data sources with no latency for real-time decision making. Manage user access and segregate secure computers from non-secure computers.
Financial services users will benefit most from secure KVM solutions, which enable users to securely access different types of data, such as company information and customer records, while protecting their different classification levels. This prevents cross-contamination of important data, while protecting it from unauthorized access.
- Media: Enable collaboration and flawless operations from anywhere, including real-time switching for on-air operations. Use equipment flexibly for diverse broadcast needs.
Multi-media and post-production companies will benefit most from high-performance KVM switches (HPKVMs) which enable them to switch rapidly among devices without latency, delivering an exceptional user experience.
- Retail: Retailers are increasingly running ecommerce operations, which require powerful data center operations. Retail applications include digital marketing and ecommerce operations and data center management.
Retailers will benefit most from secure KVM solutions, which enables them to securely access and use information at differing classification levels, such as company information and customer personally identifiable information (PII), while maintaining regulatory compliance and security controls.