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|Who uses GO-Global?||GO-Global is used by a vast range of organization types and sizes all over the world to allow end users to remotely access and use Windows applications. GO-Global applications look and behave like applications being run locally, allowing end users to use multiple monitors, watch videos, cut-and-paste, print to a local printer, and much more. Most end users never realize that they are using GO-Global. When GO-Global is integrated into an application or hosting/managed service, it is completely transparent to the end user. Additionally, GO-Global enables businesses providing employees with business productivity software to brand their GO-Global implementation.|
|What makes GO-Global different?||Unlike other multi-user remote access products that wrap features around Microsoft Remote Desktop Services (RDS), GO-Global fully replaces Microsoft RDS functionality including: multi-session kernel, Remote Desktop clients, display driver, protocol, internet gateway and management tools. This can save up to 40% over other multi-user remote access solutions. Additionally, for organizations that do not require a comprehensive end user computing infrastructure like Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops (aka XenApp/XenDesktop) or VMware Horizon, GO-Global delivers significant savings of up to 70%.|
|What is GO-Global's history?||GO-Global's unique architecture, which operates independently of all Microsoft Remote Desktop Services components. This was first envisioned in 1995 and launched in 1999 by GraphOn Corporation. Since then, GO-Global has been adopted by companies of all types and sizes needing reliable, secure, multi-user access to Windows applications from any location, device, and operating system. GO-Global's latest release addresses the security and delivery challenges with two-factor authentication, strong encryption, and improved third party load balancer support. GO-Global also simplifies license management with cloud licensing and allows organizations to apply their own brand to GO-Global implementations.|
|Data Sheet||GO-Global vs. RDS||License Agreement|