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Google's OS to bring changes in remote desktop capabilities

Google's OS to bring changes in remote desktop capabilities

Recently, there is a group formed by the companies such as Intel Corporation, Google Inc., AT&T, Cisco Systems Inc., and Microsoft Corporation together named as BITAG or TAG ( Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group).
This group will consists of the engineers as well as technical experts in order to develop agreement on broadband network management practices with other technical related issues as well, which will affect the user’s experience in using the internet.
It would be the a neutral, unbiased and technically expert group, which will help in promoting the superior consensus for technical practices for the Internet users and companies as well. In this group there would be many factors playing huge role like is the technical practices used a certain company is not used by other company related to the technical practices as well, another technical practices are accessible or not, the result of the technical practice on other organizations, as well as a technical practice is aimed at a specific content, applications or organization.


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