Remote Control Software

Written by Serena Berger
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Remote control software can be used by your company for training new employees as well as enabling collaboration among workers. Supervisors can keep an eye on the computer when a new employee is working to make sure that he or she is not making any mistakes. Remote control programs also provide the tools needed for groups of employees working on the same project, enabling them essentially to share a computer from multiple locations.

If your company uses specialized software for sales transactions or for financial reporting, you may not have that software on your personal computer. If you want to look at specific records and make changes after you have gone home for the day, remote software will save you the trip back to the office. You can use remote software to connect your computer to one that has the software you need to use, allowing you to work from any location you want as though you were sitting in your office.

Rather than forcing employees into an individual office to huddle around a single screen, remote control software allows them each to work from their own offices. Each employee can look at the same screens and communicate with each other, either by phone or instant messaging software, to walk through the project. Your network administrator can restrict remote access to certain computers, if necessary, to comply with your company's security standards.

Security in Remote Control Software

One thing that you should look for in remote control software is security. If you are accessing your office computer from a computer outside of your network, you may be sending unsecured data across the Internet. Be sure that your remote control software encrypts the data that it transmits so that it cannot be intercepted by unauthorized users.


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