"Responding to increasing customer demand, Tridia Corporation
today announced plans to offer its industry-leading remote control
software, DoubleVision(R), for the popular Linux operating system.
This introduces reliable remote control capabilities to the
ever-growing number of Linux users worldwide."
"DoubleVision allows a remote user to connect to another user
(host) and have full access to its screen and keyboard. Once
attached, the remote screen looks like the screen of the host
terminal to which it is attached. The software is used to provide
technical support, training, product demos, and user productivity
monitoring, all from remote locations."
"We are pleased to offer the world's best selling UNIX remote
control product on Linux, states Mr. Vince Frese, Tridia's CEO.
"Support and remote administration is a fundamental need in all
UNIX platforms, including Linux."
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