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.
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Turn your Raspberry Pi into a print server
According to WIkipedia's Internet Printing Protocol, Internet Printing Protocol ( IPP ) is a specialized Internet protocol for communication between client device and printers or print servers. IPP uses HTTP as its transport protocol. Each IPP request is a HTTP POST with a binary IPP message and print file, if any, in the request message body. The corresponding IPP response is returned in the POST response. HTTP connections can be unencrypted, upgraded to TLS encryptio ...
Using Raspberry Pi as Thin Client
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Installing WordPress on Raspberry Pi
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