The gdomap daemon is used by GNUstep programs to look up distributed objects of processes running across the network (and between different user accounts on a single machine). The deamon is not used for lookup where two processes belonging to the same user are using a host-local connection.
GNU Krell Monitors (GKrellM) is a computer program based on the GTK+ toolkit that creates a single process stack of system monitors. It can be used to monitor the status of CPUs, main memory, hard disks, network interfaces, local and remote mailboxes, and many other things. Plugins are available for a multitude of tasks, for example, controlling the XMMS media player or a SETI@home client from within the stacked monitor. GKrellM is popular among users of Linux and other Unix-like operating systems.
Graphical Media Transfer Protocol (gMTP) is a lightweight graphical MTP media client for UNIX and UNIX-like systems. It supports all MTP-based devices including MP3 players, Media Players, Tablets and Mobile Phones. gMTP Is IP protocol number 100.
Gnutella is decentralized and open-source peer-to-peer file sharing protocol used by various clients such as BearShare, Shareeza, Morpheus, etc. Using a Gnutella client, files can be shared, located and downloaded by another Gnutella client.
Google Docs also known as Google Drive, is a free, web-based office suite and data storage service, offered by Google Inc. It enables the user to create and edit documents in different formats. In addition, it allows to upload, host view and share files with other users.
Google Earth is an application that lets the user view the world virtually though satellite imagery, maps and 3D buildings, etc. The application runs on Windows, MAC and Linux OS. The underlying protocol of Google Earth is HTTP.
Google plus is a social networking web and mobile application provided by Google Inc. It enables the user to open account, invite other friends and sort them into circles. It also has features such as chat, video chat, games, apps, photos sharing and more.
Gopher is a TCP/IP application layer protocol designed for distributing, searching, and retrieving documents over the Internet. The protocol is based on a client-server architecture and usually uses TCP port 70 as default.
GoToDevice is a cross-platform control and administration software. It offers the remote manager different management options such as remote control of the desktop, file system browsing, services and processes control, registry editing and viewing. The software usually uses TCP/UDP port 2217.
Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) is a protocol used for encapsulation of a network layer over another. The protocol encapsulates the packet and saves the protocol type of the payload packet so the receivers know what network layer was encapsulated, and digests the packet respectively. Usually the protocol uses IP port 47.
GridFTP is an extension of the standard File Transfer Protocol (FTP) for use with Grid computing. It is defined as part of the Globus toolkit, under the organization of the Global Grid Forum. The aim of GridFTP is to provide a more reliable and high performance file transfer for Grid computing applications.
Microsoft SharePoint Workspace, previously known as Microsoft Office Groove, is a desktop application designed for document collaboration in teams with members who are regularly off-line or who do not share the same network security clearance.
Novell GroupWise is a messaging and collaborative (groupware) platform that provides email, instant messaging, calendar, documents and personal information management. The platform is based on a client-server architecture where client software is available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux and server software is supported on Windows Server, NetWare, and Linux. GroupWise usually uses TCP/UDP port 1677.
The Globus GridFTP (GSI-FTP, Grid Security Infrastructure) server and client tools and libraries make up a robust product suite designed to move large amounts of data faster, more securely, and more reliably than standard FTP.
GSS-HTTP is an authentication mechanism for HTTP based on a multi-roundrip handshake using base64-encoded GSS-API tokens encoded in the WWW-Authenticate Response Header and the Authorization Request Header.
Google Talk Chat is the instant messaging feature of Google Talk. The underlying protocol for Google Talk Chat is Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP), which allows users of other XMPP clients to communicate with Google Talk users. Google Talk is now being replaced by Google Hangouts.
Google Talk File Transfer (FT) is a feature of Google Talk (GTALK) that allows users to transfer files via GTALK. The underlying protocols for Google Talk File Transfer are Google Talk (GTALK), STUN and HTTP. Google Talk is now being replaced by Google Hangouts.
Google talk-video is a feature of GTALK that allows users to make video calls via Google-talk (GTALK). The underlying protocols for GTALK-VIDEO are GTALK, STUN and HTTP. Google Talk is now being replaced by Google Hangouts.
Google Talk Voice is a feature of Google Talk (GTALK) that allows users to make VoIP calls. The protocol is based on Google Talk (GTALK), STUN and HTTP. Google Talk is now being replaced by Google Hangouts.
Google talk is a downloadable application by google that allows users to voice chat and text chat. It includes instant messaging, status updates, file transferring, PC to PC calls, multiple voice chats at once and is integrated in GMAIL as well. The application is available on Windows, Android and Chrome OS over computers, and for mobile clients its also available for the Palm Pre, BlackBerry, Android-based devices and is preloaded on the Nokia N900 Smartphone.
GTP-U is a GPRS Tunneling Protocol used for carrying user data within the GPRS Core Network and between theRadio Access Networkand the core network. The user data transported can be packets in any ofIPv4,IPv6, orPPP formats.