RE: Subject: Virtual Machines for training

Subject: RE: Subject: Virtual Machines for training
From: "Sonja Marnewick" <Sonjam -at- medemass -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2004 07:38:23 +0200

David Wrote:

>As an aside, if you have branch offices with older equipment that are
primarily used only for typical word >>processing/spreadsheet and
Internet use, you might find that they are much better and more reliable
performers under> >>Linux. Any given machine, in my experience, does Net
surfing *much* faster in Linux than in Windows...and with any of the
>VNC programs you can do training on a Headquarters machine that runs
Windows if you wish. Similarly, several machines in >a branch office
can, using this program, operate a single Windows box simultaneously.

David, I just thought of an idea, if I understand you correctly, it can
also run on a local network, not necessarily on the internet? So If I
get a dedicated "propper" PC in the branch, all the others can run the
training from it??



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