by February 6, 2010 0 comments








Bangalore/Mumbai/New Delhi, India: The company launched the
Desktop
Direct iPhone Client, the first iPhone application for enterprise remote desktop access. With the new application, enterprises can empower their
employees with secure direct access their office desktops. Employees
now have full-feature access on the iPhone to their Windows-based
applications, even those that are not otherwise available on the
iPhone.

Many enterprises rely on Windows-based applications that are
not available for the iPhone. The Desktop
Direct iPhone Client resolves this issue by allowing access to
their desktops and their actual Windows-based applications. The
application provides the full set of features offered on the Windows
platform, benefiting users who are familiar and comfortable with the
Windows setting environment.

The DesktopDirect iPhone Client provides encrypted technology that prevents
important data leakage, even if the iPhone is lost or stolen. Users can
access confidential data and applications without risking data leakage
since the information on screen is a projection of the application, but
not the actual application. With one simple click, users can log onto a
familiar interface and
continue to complete their work tasks with ease and security.

With DesktopDirect iPhone Client, users simply launch the application, browse to
a URL, enter credentials click on a desktop, and start working. Most
enterprise network applications that are deployed in the corporate
environment are designed to work at LAN speeds. The new iPhone client
will be available across all the AppStore in February, 2010.

SMS Code: SMS Buy 13063 to 56677


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