Google Chrome's Remoting feature shows up in Chromium with enterprise implications
Any way you look at it, Remoting is a very key component of Google's enterprise ambitions for Chrome OS (and the Chrome browser). It could very well allow inexpensive nettops, netbooks, and tablet devices running Chrome OS to easily interact with a business' existing enterprise apps.
As those devices inch closer to reality, Chrome OS code continues to mature and new features -- like Remoting -- begin to appear. You can see in the screenshot above that Remoting is now taking shape more visibly in Chromium. It's currently hidden behind the --enable-remoting flag, and the setup function under Chrome's wrench menu points to a page which is unavaiable.
It's a start, and it's certainly going to be interesting to watch Google's plans for Remoting unfold.