SoThin Thin Client Software Helps Organizations Ensure Security, Reduce Threats and Avoid Leakage of Confidential Information

SoThin Software Locks Down Devices, Permitting Use of Only Specified Connections, Applications and Local Resources, Limiting the Ability to Download Material as in the WikiLeaks Case.

Milwaukee, WI, December 09, 2010 --( Binary Research International Inc. (BRI), the authority on workstation cloning and migration since 1997 and part of the company that created the industry-leading cloning solution now known as Symantec Ghost, announced today its SoThin Thin Client software leverages server-based computing technology to help organizations prevent leakage of confidential documents such as in the current WikiLeaks case.

BRI is the exclusive distributor (outside the UK) of SoThin software solutions, including SoThin Thin Client which converts PCs to intelligent thin clients for any network. The solution allows an organization to centrally manage and update workstations from a management console and to lock those workstations so that users may utilize only those connections, applications and local resources, such as external USB drives, specified by the administrator.

“Rather than panic, organizations should look for technology solutions that can prevent security breaches like those that occurred in the WikiLeaks case,” said Annette Dow, CEO, Binary Research International. “SoThin Thin Client allows government and corporate entities to secure and centrally manage thin client workstations, helping to avoid a catastrophic leak of information such as the State Department experienced.”

SoThin solutions, including Thin Client, have been developed to work with thin clients, virtual and cloud-based systems and standard thick networks. While many applications are designed to make the transition from the desktop to the server, a number of organizations still use older applications not supported on the server side. SoThin addresses this by allowing local applications to continue to be utilized in addition to the server. A centralized computing model is a more cost-effective and “greener” way to extend the useful life of an organization’s XP infrastructure.

Licensing and Pricing
Licensing for SoThin Thin Client is per device. The software may be purchased individually or as a bundle. Discounts may be available for qualifying government, education and non-profit organizations. For more information, pricing or a free trial download, visit or call BRI at 888-446-7898.

About Binary Research International Inc.
Founded in 1997, Binary Research International (BRI) is a provider of cutting-edge software solutions, training and services. With headquarters in Glendale, Wisconsin, BRI also has a branch located in Canterbury, England. BRI was a subsidiary of Binary Research Ltd., the original developer of Ghost, now known as Symantec Ghost. While BRI continues to sell, train and consult in the use of Ghost, its Software Distribution Division has introduced several new software products to the U.S. market, including SoThin solutions, FastTrack Scripting Host, UIU, RemotelyAnywhere and Net IQ’s Marshal products. For more information, visit

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