PROXY Networks is a leading provider of innovative remote support software for more than 15 years. This company is a leading provider of remote desktop software for Windows since Windows 3.11
Its current product PROXY Pro 7. PROXY Pro 7 allows one computer to access or control another via the internet for purposes of troubleshooting, accessing files or data or collaborating with a work team through the usage of 256-bit encryption, which is the highest in its class. Features of PROXT Pro 7 include:
Group and role-based access control & security management
WMI-based remote management without RPC
Real-time screen sharing
Remote power management, including Wake-on-LAN
Active Directory integration
Supports Windows, Linux, and Mac
Easy-to-use remote deployment tools
PROXY Pro 7 is ideal for SMBs and workgroups that require remote support tools, enterprises with distributed domains and virtual environments, helpdesks trying to support users on the road and at home, and IT managers looking for cost-effective training and collaboration. A simple example is for college computers where large amount of computers are operated at the same time, remote management reduces the hassle for the operator to go to each computer to perform tasks, one computer at a time.
PROXY Pro 7.0 could be purchased immediately at www.proxynetworks.com. The free trial is also available in the site. Discounts are available for large volume purchases.
I am back in Australia again, moved from the old location to a fairly close new location, though the process of moving my mold infested fridge is hell. Class will be starting next week, just when I felt like resting. Hope that things will go well in this semester!
After the flight delay for 2 hours, constant turbulence in the flight for 8 hours, and waiting for luggage for 45 minutes, the 11 hour ordeal is finally over.
The day of the flight, fearing that I might oversleep, I set up alarms in my clock, watch and 6 alarms in my phone. Fortunately I was awake before the alarm sounded even when I don't have enough sleep.
Gotta enjoy all the foods and the accompany of the animals!