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Remote GNOME Desktop on Demand


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:7993 | -Ray, April 16, 2008
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