Due to the pandemic currently enveloping the world, a boost in the culture of remote working and telecommuting is now a modern day necessity. The days of sitting in your office cubicle eight hours a day are gone.
Today’s technology, tools, and apps have given rise to this always super infrastructure. An infrastructure that opens the door to an instant access environment. The SaaS tools have significantly blurred the lines between the physical office and the place where work actually happens. This in turn, like a domino’s effect, churns out new business models so businesses can scale more effectively. Especially in a ICT landscape as unpredictable as the current one.
Through the growth of the SaaS market landscape, cross platform accessibility will no longer be jargon. To define the term “remote access software”, it describes a software program or operating system feature that enables a personal computer’s desktop environment to be run remotely on one PC or server while being displayed on a separate client device.
This is where LogMeIn make a grand appearance, they aims to simplify how people connect with each other and the world around them to drive meaningful interactions, deepen relationships and create better outcomes for individuals and businesses. Founded in 2003, LogMeIn is headquartered in Boston with additional locations in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Through their platform Rescue, users are allowed to do IP restrictions, also enabling the users to experience two factor authentication. This also translates into faster and safer remote support, saving on lots of time and costs. Through Rescue, response support time is cut down in half. Customers all over the globe are also allowed to customise their preferences to the very detail.
SaaS allows for the growth pf remote portals, therefore tying back into the state of the world. In that, customers continue to work through Rescue easily with full security options. With regards to traditional software, SaaS provides a better option to the standard software installation in the business environment where a user has to build the server, install the application and configure it.
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