Remote Access Box

As your a business grows, it might expand to multiple locations. To keep things running efficiently, the people working in those locations need a fast, secure and reliable way to share information across computer networks. Rita Share Remote Access Box delivers access to your resources from any internet connected location. In addition, salespeople and work at home employees need an equally secure and reliable way to connect to their business's computer network and devices from remote locations outside the office.



Overview

On demand remote access to your:
- office network
- network printers
- network software and local PC software
- files, documents, pictures

On Demand Access

- 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.

Security

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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