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Remote GNOME Desktop on Demand

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To use your DOD desktop you need the dedicated client software, available for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows...
Desktop on Demand (DOD) is the latest contender to give users a full-fledged remote desktop instead of Web-based applications to help users to stay productive when they are on the move. Similar to Ulteo (which we reviewed not long ago), DOD gives you a full-blown remote Linux-based desktop -- but that's where the similarity ends. Unlike Ulteo, which is based on the VNC protocol and runs entirely in the browser using a Java-based applet, DOD employs the NoMachine NX technology for accessing the remote desktop.
 read more | mail this link | score:7615 | -Ray, April 16, 2008
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