Remote graphics changing the landscape

To the best of our recollection, HP was the first to offer a remote graphics solution that wasn’t based on X-Windows. In the Spring of 2004, HP came up with the idea to allow users of their workstations to share a view. They called it “HP Remote Graphics,” or RGS, and what it did was give a remote colleague the ...

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