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Definition of "remoting" [remoting]

  • A technology that allows a program to interact with the internals of another program running on a different machine. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "remoting" in a sentence
  • "Of all these features, the one that really excites me is remoting, which is the ability to run commands (cmdlets) against remote computers."
  • "There are about 240 new cmdlets (the components of scripts) covering a wide range of functions such as remoting, type conversion, event viewing, script internalization, modules, transactions, debugging, eventing, background jobs, and WMI."
  • "While this article focused mostly on more people moving into the self-employed ranks, the principles put forth in this article also have been applied to understanding the challenges companies face in both the kind of changing talent market they face today (generation mix, globalization, etc.) as well as the changing and expanding sets of needs and expectations of employees themselves (GSR, remoting, engagement, etc.)"