Friday 13 November 2015

Remote PC Access Reviews

Remote PC Access Reviews
Pour a glass of wine and change into your comfy slippers. Ahhh, that Friday feeling! Work’s over with and it’s time to relax. Or at least it would be if your boss weren’t calling you. You’d better answer; she hates it when you don’t answer. Darn! Another Friday night ruined – you need to go back into the office, there’s a problem with the work you did today. Total nightmare, right? Well, don’t panic just yet, because your saviour is here: Remote PC Access Services. 

Remote desktop services allow you to control computers remotely. If you need a file from a computer on the other side of the planet, that’s not a problem. Simply log into your account using your computer or internet-enabled device, and you can access the files and programs on the machine you wish to use.

Remote computer access has so many uses, whether it’s at home or in the office. It’s ideal for companies who wish to share information across a wide network, allowing employees to access business data whilst they’re away from the desk. It even has uses for regular people within their homes, since you can access files (such as movies, music, personal documents and more) on another computer, or help set up systems for a friend or relative who isn’t too tech-savvy.

With great power comes great responsibility, and it’s worth remembering that accessing computers remotely can open them up to potential threats. After all, you don’t want to leave the doors and windows open, as you never know who might creep in. As such, making sure you find a service provider who can offer top notch security and control options is going to be important. Thankfully, there are many providers who are aware of the risks and have taken precautions to help protect your data and technology.

Our favorite remote PC access service was Log Me In Pro. This is very easy to use and allows you to download free apps so that you can access your machines using a mobile device. You can also include up to 50 machines in your network, so it’s suitable for use on multiple devices.

In second position, Go To My PC offers versatility (working on a wide range of devices) with extra controls and tools for advanced users.

In a close third place, Team Viewer offers excellent value for money for businesses, with regular upgrades and free options for single users. It can also be installed on any number of devices, meaning there are no limits to your network size.

So, whether you want to access your holiday photos when you’re on the go, help set up a new anti-virus on a company-wide network, share your latest tunes or simply finish off a work project from the comfort of your own home, there are plenty of options made available through using a Windows remote desktop service. You’d better put those slippers back on, that wine won’t drink itself - enjoy your weekend!

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