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ALSO CALLED: Terminal Emulation Protocols, Remote Logins
DEFINITION: Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a secure network communications protocol for Windows-based applications running on a server. RDP allows network administrators to remotely diagnose and resolve problems encountered by individual subscribers. RDP is available for most versions of the Windows operating system as well as Mac OS X. An open source version is also available.Noteworthy properties of RDP include  … 

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Ericom Blaze — RDP Acceleration
sponsored by Ericom Software
TRIAL SOFTWARE: Slow and choppy RDP experiences make it hard to work productively with graphics-rich PDFs, PPTs, Flash, etc. in Terminal Services and VDI environments. Today's organizations need to deliver the best quality of experience for the allocated network bandwidth.
Posted: 27 Jan 2011 | Premiered: 14 Jan 2011

Ericom Software

Remote Data Protection Demo
sponsored by IBM
SOFTWARE DEMO: Backup is a pretty complex ecosystem. There's data explosion, increasing recovery demands, a shrinking backup window and a limited IT budget. In this webinar you'll hear 2 key backup experts discuss the best practices around critical success factors.
Posted: 31 Oct 2008 | Premiered: 30 Oct 2008

IBM
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