On demand remote access to your:
- office network
- network printers
- network software and local PC software
- files, documents, pictures
- Remote access your accounting data, files and documents.
- Quickly access your computer desktop as if you are in front of it.
- Full monitoring and managing your office PCs.
- Remotely sharing and collaborating on your office PCs.
ritaShare Box includes ability to block harmful outside contents reaching inside your office network. Enhance resistance against Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Attacks from outside sources trying to hamper your network resources.
Avid gamers, can build and create custom Game Servers with in their own network. Play an online games with your friends by allowing your friends to join your customized Gaming Server. Share access to customized web-server running your personalized websites. Save tons of money by hosting your own personal websites without paying a monthly fee to web-hosting companies such as godaddy or squarespace.
Android Ransomware Activates with the Home Button
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Ryuk Encrypts Entire Network in a Matter of Hours
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GravityRAT Returns Targeting Android and MacOS Too
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