Upgrading with Remote Desktop Software Part 4

Upgrading with Remote Desktop Software Part 4

Upgrading with Remote Desktop Software Part 4


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Upgrading with Remote Desktop Software Part 4

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Although its popularity is currently at an all time high thanks to the pervasiveness of internet enabled mobile devices and smartphones, there are still many who are not aware of the benefits offered by Remote Access Software, also known as Remote Desktop Software.  These programs allow for connections among several computers which may be located anywhere in the world. Once formed, these connections enable users to take complete control over the connected computer, effectively granting them total access over that machine. This access can be used to take over a remote system for the purposes of administering technical support, instructing a user on how to use a particular piece of software, group collaboration and editing, and many other applications. As is to be expected in a world filled with so many computers, many users find that their systems have a difficult time keeping up with the demand placed on them by resource heavy programs and capacity draining media files. In this article we will examine how remote desktop software can be used to increase the processing power, storage limitations and other functions of an aging computer.

 

Helping out in a Pinch – PC Remote Access software has been a hero to many a weary individual. From the business man who forgot the crucial presentation at home, to the advanced computer user forced to provide technical support to the family, these programs are saving people time, money, energy…and in some cases, their jobs and livelihoods. But, in some other cases the help can be of the more minute variety. Take for example the mere act of downloading a song. Let’s say you heard a song on the radio and very much want to add it to your iTunes playlist. Unfortunately, you are stuck at work, behind a firewall, unable to login to your iTunes account. Thankfully, you have remote desktop software installed and can easily use it to log into your home computer, take control over that machine, and buy that song you like before you forget all about it.

 

Another common use for remote control software that often helps people out of a tough situation involves the ability to log into a work computer from home or the road. Due to heightened security risks, many programs and directories can only be accessed from behind a company’s firewall. With remote access software users can easily log into their work computer and gain all the privileges they would have if they were sitting behind a work based system. This can be incredibly helpful if you need access to company emails, proprietary programs or works in progress.

 

Some people simply use these remote connections to access their home systems from a mobile device or smartphone. Once connected, the device essentially becomes a mirror of the accessed PC, capable of performing all the operations and functions of the accessed machine. Due to the fact that mobile devices tend to offer this type of functionality through individual applications that typically must be separately purchased – and often duplicate functionality that already exists on the user’s main computer – remote control software offers a practical, affordable and attractive alternative solution.

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Tim Kennedy
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This article was written by Tim Kennedy on behalf of Proxy Networks. He recommends you consider Proxy Networks for all your Remote Access Software, Remote Desktop Software and PC Remote Access needs.

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