Pulled in a million different directions at once, top executives have schedules jam-packed with travel for business meetings or to visit customer sites. Their heavy work load depends on constant communication and application access, even while on a jet flying at over 30,000 feet.
Director of Thin Client Solutions at Computer Products Corporation, Jeff Kalberg says, “At times, I feel like I am out of the office more than I am in it. I travel frequently and often it feels like the only time I have to check e-mails and catch up on proposals, marketing and sales is while I am on the plane traveling from one place to another.”
NX provides flexibility without restrictions for these on-the-go users to remotely access their computing environment from virtually anywhere, on any network or operating system, even when using low-bandwidth and high latency connections. Whether it is close proximity, like a few miles away, half way around the world or from a plane, users can access their desktop and applications on a wireless connection to the NX Server quickly and easily through the NX Client.
“With NX, I am able to securely connect to my office desktop as if I were sitting at my local machine, while flying at over 30,000 feet. Truly an anywhere and everywhere solution, the performance is amazing and NX allows me to accomplish more and stay in touch with my family, while I am away. This provides major benefits for anyone who travels as much as myself,” says Kalberg.
The power of NX allows executives to address important projects and connect with others from wherever they may be. Employees that spend days and weeks away from the office, living out of a suitcase, don't have to neglect business or their personal lives with NX. Whether travel takes them to another city, across the country or around the world, they won't miss a beat.
As the number of remote workers increases, one of the highly desirable advantages is being able to multi-task and work while traveling and when at remote locations. Remote access without boundaries can improve business operations and services, preventing physical location from restricting performance.
Regardless of location or the network environment, NX provides real-time performance in remote sessions, automatically tuning itself to network bandwidth and latency parameters. Additionally, providing security through SSH encryption, NX provides the complete connectivity and mobility that is demanded in today's non-stop world.
Based in Rome, Italy, NoMachine is the creator of award-winning NX software, an enterprise-class solution for secure remote access, application delivery, and hosted desktop deployment. Since 2001, NoMachine's mission has been to revolutionize the way users access their computing resources across the Internet to make seamless desktop access as easy and widespread as Web browsing. NoMachine provides a comprehensive software infrastructure stack, core development, and support services built around the self-designed and self-developed NX suite of advanced components. For more information about NoMachine NX technology, please visit http://www.nomachine.com.
About Computer Products Corporation
Founded in 1962, Computer Products Corporation (CPC) has become a leading reseller of IBM, HP, Compaq and Cisco products. With representatives throughout the United States, CPC is a multi-faceted sales/marketing, distribution and integration service center for server/storage products, thin client/terminal products and printing technologies. In addition to competitive pricing, CPC delivers solutions, service and support ensuring that the delivery of product and services is timely and accurate. CPC has evolved into a National Solutions Provider and acquired reseller status for Servers, Personal Systems, Storage Products, Tier 1 Distribution for Printing Systems, Cisco/ Telephony Equipment, Peripheral Equipment, and Thin Client Computers. For more information, please visit http://www.cpc-
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NoMachine is the creator of award-winning NX software, an enterprise-class solution for secure remote access, desktop virtualization, and hosted desktop deployment.