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Remote Access Company Releases RemotePC for iPad





Calabasas, California (PRESS RELEASE – September 30, 2010) – RemotePC announced that you can now control your PCs via iPad from anywhere with an internet connection. The application is called RemotePC Remote Access and is free.

RemotePC not long ago released a remote access product for the PCs and Macs on a local network for the iPad called RemotePC Lite which is for access within a local Wi-Fi network and LAN.

“The iPad is a great media consumption device, and the RemotePC Remote Access App makes it even better by making it a flexible computing device by providing easy access to PCs from anywhere,” says Manu T., Team Lead for the RemotePC product line.

RemotePC Remote Access gives full access to PCs on which the host application is installed; from anywhere on the internet. This application is targeted for both consumers and small businesses.

About RemotePC:

RemotePC is a service of Pro Softnet Corporation. RemotePC’s mission is to provide secure, easy and fast remote access solutions from consumers to businesses using Internet media by combining the most sophisticated technology pieces from hardware, software, networking, storage, Operating Systems, security and Internet technologies, using any web enabled device. Other services from Pro Softnet Corp include Online Backup services IDrive, IBackup and IDriveSync.

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Marie Hernan



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  1. In addition to RemotePC Remote Access app, you may try alternative apps like R-HUB remote support servers for remotely accessing computers from your iPads, iPhones etc. It can be freely downloadable from the Apple store.

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