Remote Access

Remote access allows users or support personnel to access your company's resources from an off-site location. Access can be made by directly dialing your office, or through the Internet. The most popular begin through the Internet.

Common reasons for remote access:

        Need  important documents from an off-site location

        Need access to corporate databases

        Need access to corporate E-mail

        Need computer/network support (reduce down time and travel time)

Remote access can be established in various ways. Remote Desktop which in built into Windows XP Professional or remote control software (such as Symantec PC Anywhere) can be used to remotely control a workstation. Connection to a Terminal Server can give a user a Windows desktop to access applications and files. A VPN (Virtual Private Network) connection to the corporate network can allow secure access of all resources of the company.

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