Remote Access Servers,
Remote Access Concentrators DEFINITION: Remote access servers consist of the computer and associated software that users access to network remotely. Sometimes they are called communication servers. Remote access servers usually include or are associated with firewall servers to ensure security and routers that are able to forward the remote access request to other parts of the corporate network.
This video explains a solution that allows users to mitigate the risk of operating business-critical IT equipment in disparate locations by implementing a solution that delivers out-of-band remote access.
In this podcast gain insight from desktop virtualization expert, Brian Madden, on the top thin client options. Discover the pros and cons of each approach and how this technology has changed from traditional thin client models.
Companies need to understand the configuration requirements of remote desktop technology before they actually purchase it. This resource kit provides free tools, videos, and documentation to help you determine the right solution for your organization and ensure its successful installation.
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