GraphOn GO-Global is remote access/application publishing software that allows users to access and run Windows, Linux, and UNIX applications installed on a central server. GO-Global displays the application's user interface on personal computers and other client devices running a variety of operating systems, including UNIX, Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, Windows Mobile, and Pocket PC. GO-Global can be used to Web-enable existing applications without the need to modify existing code. Applications appear on the client device either in a Web browser or within a loose window on the desktop.

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  • GraphOn GO-Global is remote access/application publishing software that allows users to access and run Windows, Linux, and UNIX applications installed on a central server. GO-Global displays the application's user interface on personal computers and other client devices running a variety of operating systems, including UNIX, Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, Windows Mobile, and Pocket PC. GO-Global can be used to Web-enable existing applications without the need to modify existing code. Applications appear on the client device either in a Web browser or within a loose window on the desktop. GO-Global is a server-based computing product that can, among other things, provide two-tier, client–server applications with many of the benefits of a three-tier architecture, or cloud computing (server-based computing). With GO-Global, users can connect to applications remotely — from offices, homes, from the road, or anywhere Internet or dial-up connectivity is available. Applications are installed on a central server, but look and feel like the natively-run, locally installed application. Local and remote users can log on to their company’s server and have secure access to all the applications and data they use at work, including email, office productivity suites, management applications, and custom software. GO-Global can run any application on a central computer and thereby allows desktop and productivity applications to be accessed on-demand from any location, in a software as a service deployment model. This is in contrast to appstreaming systems, in which the applications, while still stored on a central server, are streamed to the client on-demand and then executed on the client machine. GO-Global remotes the user interface of existing applications without requiring any changes to the application's code. Remoting can be done by either displaying application windows as if they were native applications, or as pages inside a web browser, as if applications were Web 2.0 Rich Internet Applications. GO-Global delivers the application's user interface over the Internet. It does not provide full control of a computer over the net, as KVM software does. (en)
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  • GraphOn GO-Global is remote access/application publishing software that allows users to access and run Windows, Linux, and UNIX applications installed on a central server. GO-Global displays the application's user interface on personal computers and other client devices running a variety of operating systems, including UNIX, Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, Windows Mobile, and Pocket PC. GO-Global can be used to Web-enable existing applications without the need to modify existing code. Applications appear on the client device either in a Web browser or within a loose window on the desktop. (en)
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