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Top Answer: It is a solution for Linux remote users. We don't use Microsoft.
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out of 32 in Remote Access
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Wyse vWorkspace is Dell's application and desktop virtualization solution software, also known as a connection broker. vWorkspace lets you deploy a blended model of VDI, OS image streaming, application layering, and terminal server technology - precisely addressing needs of different user groups, while reducing the average cost per user.

Exceed TurboX Remote Access Software Features High performance remote graphics: Finding a fast and high-quality remote access solution for graphical applications is a top priority for many businesses. Engineers, doctors and designers are among the list of professionals that require extremely accurate display of applications over the WAN. An incorrect diagnosis or a misplaced wire in a CAD model could result in a mistake that costs millions of dollars and affects lives. Exceed TurboX offers unrivaled pixel-perfect drawing and precise color rendering, increasing productivity and the quality of work. 

Suspend and resume: With ETX, users can manually suspend their sessions at any time and resume them on any computer. By giving users the ability to suspend sessions at will, ETX grants user’s freedom of movement and unties them from physical computers.
Software crash protection: ETX helps companies stay productive by shielding their users from the frustration of lost work due to network failures. ETX detects network connection disruption and automatically suspends sessions. ETX keeps applications in the user session running even if the user is disconnected from their application servers. 

Ultra-low bandwidth usage: Exceed TurboX is up to 90 percent more bandwidth efficient than traditional X servers, thanks to the highly efficient ThinX Protocol. ETX adapts to a variety of network conditions while ensuring high quality remote display. 

Supercharged sharing: In a globalized economy, projects require collaborative work from a team of international members. With Exceed TurboX, users from around the globe can share projects and ideas in real time over the internet, by taking advantage of desktop and application sharing for both Windows and X Window sessions. 

Centralized administration and user management: Administrators can monitor and manage Exceed TurboX from any location using a web browser on any computing device. Exceed TurboX keeps users and access management in a centralized database. It reduces the administrative headaches of managing disparate user communities and empowers administrators to control application access on the user and group levels.

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Parkdale Secondary College, Aurora Public Schools, Gemeente Groningen, AgreeYa Solutions, University of York
SMS Group, Micronas, Inphi
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Manufacturing Company28%
Computer Software Company24%
Comms Service Provider8%
Energy/Utilities Company7%
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Dell Wyse vWorkspace is ranked 21st in Remote Access while OpenText Exceed TurboX (ETX) is ranked 14th in Remote Access with 1 review. Dell Wyse vWorkspace is rated 0.0, while OpenText Exceed TurboX (ETX) is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of OpenText Exceed TurboX (ETX) writes "Easy to use, perfect for Linux, and great for remote workers". Dell Wyse vWorkspace is most compared with Microsoft Remote Desktop Services, Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops, Check Point Remote Access VPN, ConnectWise Control and Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager, whereas OpenText Exceed TurboX (ETX) is most compared with VNC Connect, Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops, Microsoft Remote Desktop Services, TeamViewer and Check Point Remote Access VPN.

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