Remote control computers via the Internet, take part in online meetings, and display your own screen.
The company's new QuickSupport app for Android and iOS lets IT pros and other tech types connect to phones and tablets from afar. There's just one thing missing.
If your budget can handle it, give this Web conferencing tool a go the next time you're hosting a medium-sized meeting of the minds. If you're just chatting with a few people, use Microsoft NetMeeting or Yahoo Messenger instead.
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You don't have to spend $80 annually for an app like Parallels Access. Free alternatives get the job done just fine.
You've got at least three very competent options.
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We show you how to use two free apps to sync the files on your computer with your phone and let you access it while you're out and about.
Use these easy steps to control your desktop and stream movies from your computer to your iPad for free.
A survey suggests that women are driving a trend toward having more online meetings, rather than in person. The reasons might strike some as quite fascinating.