Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) is a Macintosh application produced by Apple Computer, first released on March 14 2002, that replaced a similar product called Apple Network Assistant. Aimed at computer administrators responsible for large numbers of computers and teachers who need to assist individuals or perform group demonstrations, Apple Remote Desktop allows users to remotely control or monitor other computers over a network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Apple Remote Desktop"
Gemsvnc is a vnc ( Virtual Network Computing) server for Unix-like systems that run the X windowing system. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gemsvnc"
Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a desktop sharing system which uses the RFB (Remote FrameBuffer) protocol to remotely control another computer. It transmits the keyboard presses and mouse clicks from one computer to another relaying the screen updates back in the other direction, over a network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Virtual Network Computing"
Workspot is a Linux desktop Web Service, that provides personal computing without computer ownership. Launched in 1999, it was the first application service to make use of Virtual Network Computing. It is a non-profit project, and provides a free online demo of the Linux desktop. ...more on Wikipedia about "Workspot"
In computing, x11vnc is a program to allow remote access to an existing X server session via VNC. It works by continuously polling the X server's frame buffer for changes. ...more on Wikipedia about "X11vnc"
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