Work and home service resources
Remote meeting’s main focus of technology is to basically make the office accessible from anywhere that has an internet connection.
These days the line between work and home is being blurred with employees working over 50 hours a week in some cases. This is where remote software comes in. It allows employees to work remotely as if they were in the office.
You may want to transfer files between your laptop and office PC. You might need to access a file left behind on your desktop computer. Or perhaps you need to meet with a client or access company resources on a local area network. Remote meeting software is the solution to having to meet with every client at their scheduled appointed time, which reduces travel time and resources.
Remote meetings software must have file transfer features, utilities, remote-node servers, and remote-control software are specially designed for those people who need remote access to the office network and resources. File transfer utilities, such as Microsoft teams, Zoom, or Dropbox are an inexpensive option with easy-to-use packages that allow local or remote users to move files between PCs via the internet.
Remote-control software, such as Teamviewer, GoToMyPC, or GoToMeeting allows the user to control the computer that’s sitting in the office as if they were sitting in front of it. It opens up a browser window that displays the desktop screen of the host computer.
Using remote software makes life a lot easier when outside the office. One main drawback of remote software is the security issue. Good remote software will allow full control to the authorized user but at the same time make sure unauthorized users do not have access to critical data resources.