LOS ANGELES, Dec. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- RemotePC by IDrive Online Backup has released their brand-new Web Viewer, enabling users to access multiple remote computers anytime, from anywhere, via a web browser. With this new feature, RemotePC software does not need to be installed on the external computer, only on the remote computers being accessed, making it convenient for users on the go to access their work from any laptop or desktop with an active internet connection.
RemotePC Web Viewer has plenty of helpful features including:
- Connect to multiple computers -- easily access multiple remote computers at one time
- No software requirements -- no software installation is required on user's local computer in order to access remote computers via the web browser
- Security -- remote access is secured with TLS v 1.2 encryption. Personal key acts as a secondary password to access each machine
- Remote Update -- remotely update to the latest version of the RemotePC application on any faraway computer
- Multiple Monitor Access -- if a remote computer has more than one monitor, users can access any of them through the web interface
- Lock function -- allows users to lock the remote computer instantly via the web. This prevents any unauthorized access to remote computers during a remote session
- Easily view and download session logs by logging into user account through the web
Pricing for RemotePC remains very affordable with the addition of this new feature, even allowing access to 1 remote computer completely free of charge.
- Personal plan starts at $69.50 for the first year for access to 3 computers, and this includes 1TB of free IDrive Cloud Backup.
- Business plan starting at $499.50 for access to up to 50 computers, and comes with 10TB of free IDrive Cloud Backup.
IDrive Inc. is a privately held company specializing in cloud storage, online backup, file sharing, remote access, compliance and related technologies. Core services include IDrive®, RemotePC™ and IBackup. The company's services help over 3 million customers back up over 60 Petabytes of data.