guest computer

guest computer

[′gest kəm‚pyüd·ər]
(computer science)
A computer that operates under the control of another computer (the host).
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The first security tool ever made available for private enterprise that is configured for Mac OS X (and Windows), the MC2 does not require any pre-installed software to work on a guest computer or other remote device.
A year-long collaboration involving Carnival's hotel operations, marketing, IT and guest experience departments, the Carnival Dream's on-board social network and intranet portal are available on any guest computer or Wi-Fi enabled device free of charge.
First, there was the line at the hotel's Internet- connected guest computer.
In Figure 2 you can see a guest computer at another up-market hotel, during a medical conference.
I was privileged to have a guest computer artist in my school, and he did an excellent job of relating to students.
When a guest computer is compromised by malicious code, that computer can infect other systems on the network, capture confidential data, and/or cause a denial of service.
MigoSync: sync, transport and replicate your personal working environment - documents, email, web browser bookmarks, and raw digital media and more - for use on any guest computer that includes a USB port, with improved security and privacy.
For added convenience and usage flexibility, Verbatim also provides a USB extension cable to make it easy to connect to a personal or guest computer.
The USB cable conveniently swings out to make it easy to connect to your personal or guest computer and tucks away for convenience when not in use.
With NetOp, when a remote control session is initiated with a Linux operating system, the Guest computer (whether Linux or Windows) connects directly to the Linux desktop.
This season's guest computer experts include Russel Brown, senior art director, Adobe Photoshop; John Derry, vice president of creative design, Fractal Design Group; and Nancy McCarthy, owner of Running Water Press and author of "Quark Express: The Visual Guide To The Mac.
SECRURESPOT offers a graphical web-based console with managed back-end services and can discover and protect new devices as the network grows including guest computers, media centres, Microsoft Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, Sony PSP, PS3, iPod Touch and other browser-enabled networked devices.