We took a press briefing with the great people at WYSE the day after Google IO ended back in San Francisco. They wanted to show off some of the really cool things that they were working on for the next version of PocketCloud, the best, bar none, remote desktop for Android. Shortly after that meeting,
The great folks at WYSE have been in the thin-client and terminal business for what seems like forever. I remember going into the library as a kid (way before the internet cafes libraries have become) and using a monochrome WYSE terminal to look up books. In a private briefing with Thedroidguy in April WYSE explained
Wyse has released version 1.2 of their remote desktop client, PocketCloud to the Android Market. The newest version of PocketCloud for Android has been rebuilt to take advantage of Android 3.0, Honeycombs, new user interface and enhanced tablet OS. PocketCloud 1.2 is designed to take advantage of the larger real estate found on Android tablets.