RemotePC bolsters offerings to improve remote access

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RemotePC has enhanced its Consumer, SOHO, Team, Enterprise and HelpDesk plans’ performance.

In addition to general performance improvements, it’s included 4K streaming and display support, including process- and display-intensive applications (e.g. CAD/CAM).

With K-12 schools and colleges restricting access to computer labs and other on-site resources due to the COVID-19 pandemic, RemotePC enables students, faculties, and educational institutes to collaborate and have remote access.

Students can access CAD or CAM software from a remote computer, as RemotePC supports increased performance required for these types of software.

The Consumer and Soho plans provide secure remote access for personal users for up to two and 10 computers, respectively. The Team plan supports up to 50 computers and enables the organization of users into groups. The Enterprise plan enables remote access for up to 100 computers, as well as group computers, remote deployment and remote support. The HelpDesk plan provides web-based, on-demand remote support solutions for businesses of different sizes.

RemotePC includes other free add-on features for paid accounts, such as RemotePC Meeting, a secure online videoconferencing tool that enables users to collaborate with associates when required.

With more businesses transitioning to a permanent remote workforce, RemotePC can provide remote access to maintain productivity from home. It also offers Vision, AR-powered, real-time support through live video sharing.

IDrive Inc., a privately held company specializing in cloud storage, online backup, file sharing, remote access, compliance and related technologies, owns RemotePC. iDrive has helped more than four million customers back up over 200 Petabytes of data.

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