Any computer you do not have direct access to except through remote logins (such as using a telnet program, PC-Pine, etc). For example, Homer and Dante are remote computers - you can log in to them but they are not a part of your local computer.
A computer on which you have installed the Access Anywhere Agent, so you can access that computer from a remote location, using a local computer. See also local computer; Access Anywhere Agent.
Same as Remote Terminal. Any Computer or terminal that is not on the same physical site as the computer to which it is attached. Access is normally via Modem.
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A computer which has connected to the BBS by modem.
a computer to synchronize with that is not the computer on which the user is currently working; this is the other computer in a synchronization partnership.
A computer that is accessible only by using a communications line or a communications device, such as a network adapter or a modem.
Another computer on the Internet
A computer on a network other than the local computer.
A computer connected to your computer via telephone lines (or via other network connections).
a computer that you are connecting to in different location from your local computer. WWWebfx Home Page
A computer located somewhere else along a network as, for example, the computer containing the online catalog of your local public library. Remote is a relative term, relative, that is, to the computer immediately at hand (the local computer). A remote computer can actually be located within the same room, or it can be halfway around the world.
A computer in a distant location on the Internet.
A computer that you can access only by using a communications line or a communications device, such as a network card or a modem.
The computer on the other end of the phone line; it can be across the room or across the country. You can use your Apple IIgs, a modem, and a communication dapplication to communicate with a remote computer.
A remote computer is a computer to which a user does not have physical access, but which he or she can access/manipulate via some kind of network from a local computer (one which the user does have physical access to).