Software for controlling remote machines, using a server on the remote machine. Works as an enhancement of VNC (virtual network computing) with graphics compression. Fast and secure download from The H
Terminal emulator with integrated macro script language that can emulate a range of terminal types from VT100 to VT382. Supports TCP/IP links (Telnet, SSH1 and SSH2) as well as connections via the serial port, IPv6 communication and UTF-8 protocols. Fast and secure download from The H
Server client software for accessing the GUI, mouse and keyboard of a remote computer. Includes data stream encryption and file transfer functions, and enables chat between clients. Also has a Java Viewer for remote access via a browser.
Replaces rlogin and telnet with the ssh program, replaces RCP with scp and ftp with sftp. Also contains the sshd server and other tools such as ssh-add, ssh-agent, ssh-keysign, ssh-keyscan, ssh-keygen and sftp- server.
Lean X Server for Windows with configuration performed via a graphical user interface. You need to make a donation to retrieve a password, which then enables you to download the current version. Manufacturer's web site currently unavailable.
Controls a FRITZ!Box remotely from an Android smartphone. You can listen to voicemail messages, switch call diversion on/off, and, in certain situations, make free calls via the dial code (two telephone lines must be active to allow this). Also displays the telephone book and can switch the Wi-Fi on/off or restart the entire device.
Creates a remote connection for administering with a remote Windows computer via RDP; can set up a range of different connections in parallel, which are each displayed in individual tabs; supports RDP Version 6.
Manages remote connections and supports Microsoft Remote Desktop, Microsoft Terminal Services and Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). Comes with an integrated search filter and can be accessed from an icon in the taskbar.
Manages several remote desktop connections in a network. The user simply needs to double-click in order for a connection to be established; supports centralized connection management and 256-bit AES encryption and is plug-in extensible; also supports connection to, for example, Dropbox and SkyDrive. A version of iOS Royal TSX available for Mac OS X is also under development.
BOINC stands for Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing. This program allows the computer’s auxiliary computing power to be used for scientific projects in different fields (such as mathematics, medicine, astronomy or astrophysics). One of the best known projects that it supports is SETI@home.
Desktop virtualisation that provides the functions of a Windows desktop as an on-demand service; supports independent and mobile use; administers individual central instances of operating systems, applications and user profiles separately, and combines them dynamically.