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Remotely access your Raspberry Pi 2? Use NoMachine! #raspberrypi  
Tips on how to set up your Raspberry Pi for remote access via NoMachine. NoMachine can be installed on most flavours of Linux, and that also includes Linux ARM. Those familiar with Linux ARM are probably well read on the different number of tiny sized computers available on the market such as ...
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Combine NoMachine with Docker to get the best out of your virtualization....

https://www.nomachine.com/AR08M00855
In this interview, Jerome Petazzoni of Docker provides insight into Docker and explains how one can manage storage for Docker containers and how to make data move with Docker containers.
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If you are on a LAN, you can look for colleagues' computers with NoMachine installed
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Finding other NoMachine computers on the same network. A quick look at the 'Advertise this computer on the network' option. It's easy to find other computers on the same LAN thanks to the handy 'Advertise this computer on the network' feature. Any hosts, which have NoMachine or NoMachine for the ...
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Get a concise history of #cloudcomputing and where it's heading
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Read about why K.U. Leuven chose NoMachine: their HPC Linux Cluster had to offer a better, faster means of connecting up to 500 researchers and staff to supercomputing resources running in their own private cloud onsite.
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NoMachine for ARM packages in Alpha now available for download in the Linux section of the website:

https://www.nomachine.com/download/linux&id=1
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Hello, this is Sarah from NoMachine. I am excited to tell all Raspberry Pi users that we are extending the range of NoMachine's (NX) remote access clients to support the Raspberry Pi 2. Right now alpha client packages are available for RPi 2 running Ubuntu/Debian/Fedora (ARMv7 build) or Raspbian ...
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NVenc support coming up in NoMachine 5. Our developers just testing performance by remotely playing Unreal Tournment 4 :-) #nvidia
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Sharing files between computers, and also from your tablet to your PC is so easy! #remoteaccess #filetransfer  
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Download the NoMachine OpenSSH Win32 Port:

https://www.nomachine.com/NoMachine-OSS-ports

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NoMachine 4.5.0 is out now. Includes two factor authentication in Cloud Server (sessions via web)
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Hello everyone, we've released a new software update for the mobile app on iOS and Android. Follow the link to know what fixes and enhancements there are.

https://www.nomachine.com/SU03M00100

Our apologies to our ML subscribers who might have received a software update notification for the iOS and Android release with a missing link in the introduction. It was issued by mistake. Please refer to the post below for the full announcement.
NoMachine, leader in remote access and desktop virtualization, today announced a software update for its Android and iOS client apps. This release, analogous with the earlier desktop release, provides two factor authentication and a number of functional enhancements which improve remote desktop ...
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Revolutionizing remote desktop computing
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NoMachine's software provides secure reliable remote access to applications and hosted desktops with the speed and performance of being on a local machine. Get anywhere access to your remote Windows, Mac or Linux desktops and applications in your own cloud whether you're a home user, professional, small business or organization.

NoMachine is also the best choice for organizations deploying terminal services on Linux and Unix. Whether you're a small business or large enterprise, NoMachine products empower you to get the job done without compromising on security, performance or mobility. Let employees connect to their office PC from home, share the desktop and content with coworkers; enable IT support staff to provide fast, effective remote assistance; empower administrators to deploy dedicated applications or host thousands of desktops in the corporate datacenter -- all with NoMachine.

A glance at what you get with NoMachine Version 4:

  • Secure remote access
  • Stream your favourite music and videos
  • Share your desktop with who you want
  • Remote access via the browser
  • Extended device redirection
  • Screen capture and playback
  • Disk sharing 
  • Bidrectional printing
  • and much more...

With clients for Mac, Win, Linux and coming soon for iOS and Android, it is a truly cross-platform solution.

NoMachine's unique compression and caching technologies offers optimized session performance for even the most data and graphic-intensive programs. Customers range from individuals to university departments to Fortune 500 companies in industries that include IT, Education, Research, Government, Manufacturing, Energy, Telco and Finance.
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