The folks at Proxy Pro have done it again! They are excited to announce their Proxy Pro 7 program that is now compatible with Windows 7, as well as Mac and Linux computers, all fully compatible to use their innovative remote access and remote control program. This is in addition to support for Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2003. What is Proxy Pro? Well, their new Workstation Edition is a unique system created to allow remote access and control through one computer to others across a safe network. You can access computers remotely, even if they are unattended, allowing maintenance and file access at an unprecedented level. The 256-bit encryption ensures that only authorized technicians are allowed in, to create the ultimate in state of the art security.

Remote Access allows businesses to reach remote computers for various functions, from the small tasks to the larger customizable options and restrictions. Bringing the ease of network relations to great new heights.

Proxy Pro 7 looks to be the biggest asset for businesses and online technicians to properly service and maintain the highest standard of excellence across their network. This platform will change the way your company can troubleshoot or even collaborate across long distances. The functionality reaches from the simplest assets like remote clipboards and printing to innovative features like chat collaborations across multiple computers with one desktop. It truly looks like this could be the way to revolutionize technical support for most any business and allow remote access in a fashion that was previously clunky and obtrusive.

Plus the safety and security allows you to have a worry free outlook as you have unbelievable five star protection and smooth, seamless service. If you’re interested in learning more, please visit their website for information.


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