Remote Device Control

Remote access control software is a tool that allows a local user to connect to and access a device, specifically a computer remotely. This technology enables two or more devices or network nodes to connect to each other in different geographical settings. Once the connection is established, the user can now take full control of the remote device. He can perform several tasks as if he is sitting in front of the device, allowing him to run apps, manage programs, and even fix troubleshoot issues. Main features of remote-control access control are:

  • Security
  • Authentication
  • Customization tools