Is standard RDP 7 ready for everyday desktop replacement?
by Brian Madden
I've been writing about remote display protocols for over six years now. In that time I've written about performance, user experience, bandwidth, and latency. I've written about the importance of the display protocol in a desktop replacement environment, where real users will use the protocol every minute of every day. And of course I've played with all the various protocols in the lab.
But there's one thing I've never done: I've never actually used a remote display protocol for my daily job, every minute of every day. Since joining TechTarget last November, I've started working in an office (my choice!) and using a real desktop computer. I still tend to travel a lot, but I would guess that I still spend probably 60-70% of my time working at this desk:
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