Many of us would like to have PC Remote Access to our office computer at work, but we also need a way to do this that is secure. This is where Proxy Pro 7 has become a much needed addition to the software the company my husband works. They have added and installed Proxy Pro 7 on many of the work stations. The software allows remote access and remote management for Microsoft Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems. With Proxy Pro 7’s 256 Bit Encryption you can be sure that your files and business will be safe and secure from intruders or hackers.
Why is Proxy Pro 7 better than the other remote desktop software? The answer is simple the added feature built into the software. Things like real time screen sharing, active directory integration, one-click remote access and works behind firewalls and NAT devices. That is just a few of the most popular features that make the Proxy Pro 7 better than the others by comparison. The software has been rated by helpdesk workers and IT managers as a step above the rest for use to access computers remotely. On their website you can try the Proxy Pro 7 for free and decide for yourself how well it works for you and read about the great feature it has to offer.
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