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[New App] Amazon Releases An Android Client For Its New WorkSpaces Virtualized Remote Desktop

If you're not an IT manager or an employee of a company with a sizeable tech infrastructure, feel free to skip this post. But if either of those descriptions fit you, you may be interested in Amazon's latest foray into B2B services. Amazon WorkSpaces is a remote, virtualized desktop - basically your own personal Windows machine that lives in the cloud - and it's got an Android client just one day after the service was launched.

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The Chrome Team Has Started Work On "Chromoting," A Chrome Remote Desktop App For Android

One of the better recent additions to the Chrome browser is a remote desktop tool, developed and implemented by Google and usable between any two desktop computers running Chrome. When it showed up in the Chrome Web Store, we figured that it wouldn't be too long before some kind of Android integration was developed. Googler François Beaufort announced that work has begun on "Chromoting," an Android app that allows users to control remote Chrome clients.

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[Deal Alert] Jump Desktop For Android Is Free On Amazon Today

Today's Amazon Appstore deal is quite the bargain, and its value speaks for itself. Jump Desktop isn't the only remote desktop client out there, but it has no shortage of features. The app supports both RDP and VNC protocols, so if you have either already configured on your PC, you're good to go. Jump Desktop does not require that you install additional software on your machine. Awesome? Awesome.

The app allows you to control your computer as though it were a tablet, with pinch-zoom and two finger scrolling both supported.

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[Deal Alert] Splashtop Remote Desktop HD And GamePad THD On Sale In The Play Store For $4.99 ($15 Off!) Until April 13th

In my opinion, having remote access to your desktop or laptop computers from your Android tablet is a must-have feature for all tablet owners. While there are several ways to do this, Splashtop is among the best. The thing is, the tablet optimized version (as well as the Tegra 3 version) is a bit on the pricey side. For a limited time, however, the Splashtop team has slashed the prices of their remote desktop apps in the Play Store.

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[Update: Free At GetJar] Splashtop Remote Desktop Is Only $0.99 (Normally $9.99) In The Amazon Appstore

Having the ability to access your desktop or laptop computer from your mobile device is one of the easiest ways to ensure you always have the files that you need, and Splashtop's remote desktop software is on sale today in the Amazon Appstore for $0.99 to help you do just that.

Update: Looks like it's free at GetJar. Save yourself a buck and pick it up from there. Thanks, Brandon!
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[Deal Alert] Wyse PocketCloud Goes 40% Off For One Week, Now Only $8.99 In The Android Market

If you've been considering picking up a copy of the ultra-popular VNC software Pocketcloud for your Android device, then now is probably the opportune time to jump on that, as you can score this incredible software for $9 until next week. That's nearly half-off the normal $15 price tag, and given everything that this software does, that is an excellent deal.

If you're not familiar with Pocketcloud, it's remote desktop software for your mobile device, and it includes full Honeycomb support.

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Wyse PocketCloud Updated, Now With Tablet Support

If you have a Honeycomb tablet, there's a good chance that you're starting to leave your laptop behind more and more often. But what happens if you get away from the desk only to realize that there is a file that you need? You turn to PocketCloud from Wyse Technologies, of course.

As you may have guessed, as of today PocketCloud has been updated to include support for Honeycomb tablets.

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SysAdmin Series #7: Remote Desktop Access with VNC Clients

In the final installment of the SysAdmin Series, I’m going to cover some tools to access a remote system’s desktop using VNC (Virtual Network Computing) clients.

I’ll admit that as a sysadmin, I don’t personally have a lot of use for VNC as almost all of the systems I need to access remotely are text-only systems, and I use a simple SSH client for that work. However, I know some sysadmins who rely on VNC clients to do some work on graphical interfaces when being at a terminal isn’t possible.

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