In order to help businesses keep their fingers on the pulse of their entire IT department, Splashtop, a company in cross-device computing and collaboration, has come up with availability of Splashtop Business and Splashtop Enterprise for IT remote support.
While gaining the single license of Splashtop Business or Splashtop Enterprise, IT professional, consultants now can have unlimited remote control of physical and virtual computers.
Splashtop Business and Splashtop Enterprise for remote support service offers cross-screen productivity and collaboration experience, on any device like a smartphone, tablet, computer, TV, and cloud.
Splashtop Streamer is available not just for physical computers for remote control, but fully optimized for Microsoft (News - Alert) Windows Servers.
“Many traditional LogMeIn, GotoMyPC, and TeamViewer users have been coming to Splashtop asking for unlimited computer access for remote support,” said Mark Lee, CEO and co-founder of Splashtop. “We have decided to satisfy their request by including an unlimited computer access license in Splashtop Business and Splashtop Enterprise to expand our support for virtual desktops.”
Splashtop offers high performance, interactive remote desktop solution over 3G / 4G networks. It enables IT department to be more effective and efficient in supporting remote and mobile customers over any network.
Splashtop has also signed a partnership with Intel (News - Alert) and integrated the latest Wake-over-Wi-FI technology so a sleeping notebook can be awakened over Wi-FI in addition to standard LAN.
Nick Kapinakis, Integrated Intellinet Quality Systems said, “I have used TeamViewer and LogMeIn (News - Alert) for remote support for years. Then Splashtop came along and it's simply faster and cheaper with simple UI, very efficient and great customer support.”
Splashtop products are becoming popular. According to an estimate, 14 million people have downloaded Splashtop products from app stores, and manufacturing partners including HP, Lenovo, Dell (News - Alert), Acer, Sony, Asus, Toshiba, AMD, Intel and others have shipped Splashtop on more than 100 million devices.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson