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DEFINITION: Wake on LAN is a technology that allows a network professional to remotely power on a computer or to wake it up from sleep mode. By remotely triggering the computer to wake up and perform scheduled maintenance tasks, the technician does not have to physically visit each computer on the network. Wake on LAN works by sending a wake-up frame or packet to a client machine from a server machine that has  … 

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Citrix XenClient
sponsored by Citrix
PRODUCT DEMO: Desktop virtualization is delivering significant benefits. User flexibility, desktop management cost reduction, and enhanced data security and access control. Now, Citrix XenClient extends all the benefits of desktop virtualization to laptop users.    
Posted: 14 May 2010 | Premiered: 12 May 2010

Citrix

Cisco Secure Remote Access Solution
sponsored by Cisco Systems, Inc.
SOFTWARE DEMO: This demo shows how the Cisco Secure Remote Access Solution provides simple access from virtually anywhere while protecting endpoint systems data and internal resources.
Posted: 08 Jul 2008 | Premiered: 01 Jul 2008

Cisco Systems, Inc.
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