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6 responses to “Remote Desktop Apps & Social Media: A Match Made in Heaven!”

  1. jenn says:

    Hi Beirut,

    Take a look at TurboMeeting from RHUB. We offer an on-premise appliance based solution for remote access and web conferencing. Our product offers online collaboration tools through web conferencing and desktop sharing, allowing you to switch between presentations and collaboration sessions. It's a 4-in-1 product, so you are getting four great products in one appliance. Take a look at our website to learn more.

  2. M.Bamieh says:

    Actually since you are moving into that direction … for conferencing and collaberation i tend to go in the direction of one of those three Gomeeting, WebEx, or Adobe connect since they really provide all the tools required to hold a great 1 to 1 or 1 to many meetings.
    for remote computing if its personal and i want something secure and only for me to access or a limited number of people popplug is great ! if not then Dameware or VNC do the job :)
    I'll be sure to check out rhub and see whats up with their products

  3. Beiruta says:

    Thank you for sharing with me, and our readers, these great tools :)

  4. landseo says:

    thank you nice post

  5. Beiruta says:

    Glad you liked it :) Stay tuned for more :)

  6. Mott_david77 says:

    There is a range of remote desktop software out there. It all basically performs the same function, which is described in this post. If you're looking for a business oriented solution, or just a very robust personal software pack for remote access, i recommend Proxy Networks:

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