This is a revolutionized form of terminal services and similar to application virtualization. A local or remote user can access an application but all the processing is done on the server side. The best part here though is no logging into the terminal server for the user. You know what that means? You don't have to create a 55 page guidebook with screenshots and step-by-step instructions for them. You can create links and icons for the applications on the server and pass them down to the PCs through Group Policy. From the user's perspective it is as though the application is running locally. They never know the difference and we have removed the end user from the equation. All they need is their "stuff," so the less they know or have to do deal with us, the better. Additionally, an organization can deploy thin clients and have their users access a server-side desktop through a remote desktop protocol.