Saturday, May 13, 2006

Assist computer users worldwide.


Remote Support Software



Assist computer users over the web with efficiency and ease. Access computers over the internet and provide support fast to resolve computer issues with less downtime for the end-user. IT departments have a limited staff to support all their users and with the work force in today's business environment now spread out across the globe, remote support software is the key to keeping up to date with this latest trend in the work place. Administer computers and servers across the globe, virtually any where in the world, with pc remote control software that works over the internet. The remote user just needs a working computer and an internet connection and you can access their system and control as if you were sitting right in front of it.


Remote support software has impacted the technical support industry and computer support helpdesk and IT departments in a dramatic way. In its various forms, it has change they way support is done. Response times are quicker and with the prevalence of broadband reaching most of the globe and peoples homes inexpensively, the market has seen tremendous growth over the past several years. Long gone are the support command prompts achieved through old dial-up lines. Now is the age of broadband and fast pc remote support over the web.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Jack Reed said...

Dude, that site is awesome. I could remote control as many computers as I need to with no extra charges or fees. Other software that does the same thing cost like 1,000 dollars or more. Thanks for the tip.

Sat May 27, 11:47:00 AM EDT  
Anonymous Brian "The Hack" said...

I singing up for a remote support evaluation account. I've tried other products for remote support but they have been way expensive. This one is priced pretty good and it's just not an executable compiled with a static address. It's a hosted solution but with an program avaialble that I could put on my own web-site too. For online remote support to assist users remotely over the internet, it seems to be a good option. I'll post back in the future to tell you all how it worked out - but it looks promising.

Fri Jun 16, 01:21:00 PM EDT  

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