Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 31st Jan 2008 20:56 UTC
Linux "Using VNC to remotely access your desktop, applications, and documents sounds like a great solution when you are out and about, but it has a few significant drawbacks: you have to leave your machine turned on, the VNC protocol is not secure, and often you need a dedicated VNC client to access your desktop. Ulteo, the company started by Gael Duval of Mandriva fame, is set to offer an alternative solution. Ulteo gives you access to a full-fledged KDE desktop hosted on the company's own servers while taking care of the behind-the-scenes stuff. While the service is still in beta and by invitation only, I had a chance to take it for a spin, and I found it promising."
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RE[2]: uh huh.
by Brmbolec on Thu 31st Jan 2008 22:06 UTC in reply to "RE: uh huh."
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I highly doubt it could beat Apple Remote Desktop, which isn't free as well ;)

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