Instead of traditional remote PC access services, users recommend a better alternative – a solution-based remote access product that does not require unattended operation of one's PC. This alternative proves to be extremely cost effective; saving users more than $100 each year.
Pembroke Pines, FL (PRWEB) September 6, 2005 -– Remote PC access services
provide valuable access to one's computer files. Competitive monthly pricing
generally begins around $10.00 per month. Several major drawbacks exist however,
most notably the requirement of unattended operation and the risk of
Remote PC access services require unattended operation of one's home/office PC, connected to the Internet. Should the system reboot, the remote PC access program will automatically reload. However, should the user's PC lose its connection – whether due to network connectivity issues, an accidental shutdown (by a colleague or family member), or total loss of power - the user will not have access to files.
Remote PC access may inadvertently open the door to attack. Customer service at one of the major remote PC access products admits that worms and viruses present on a remote machine may be transferred to the user's own computer via tunnels created by the SSL VPN. Remote PC access services do not scan for threats that may be transferred between remote and host computers. Unattended operation does not allow the user to perform daily PC anti-threat updates necessary to protect one's files should a user transfer a file to their PC from an infected remote computer.
The recommended alternative to remotely access one's files, one that does not require unattended operation of a user's PC, one that does not access a user's home/office computer, is a secure Online File Folder. A secure Online File Folder keeps users files bank-vault safe. Users control access with password protection and powerful 128-bit encryption keeping files secure from thieves and hackers. Access, share, and manage files and folders right from the desktop. Backup, store, retrieve, and share files anytime, from any computer that has an Internet connection.
A secure Online File Folder allows users to bypass ISP restrictions on email attachment size. Users email a link to the file they want to share, instead of the file itself. No more bounced emails, waiting for files to upload and download, or clogged inboxes.
A secure Online File Folder is affordable – just pennies a day give users a slick interface, ample storage space and instant access to files. Store, access, and share presentations, spreadsheets, reports, even large files like music, photos, and film clips – the secure Online File Folder's generous storage makes it a snap. And, users can add storage affordably, anytime needed, all the way up to 10GB.
Users find the secure Online File Folder at ePresenceSolutions.com. Pricing begins at $4.95 per year; real savings compared to traditional remote PC access services is over $115.00 per year. ePresenceSolutions.com is a provider of world-class products at incredible prices; they take great pride in providing their customers with excellent customer service – accessible by telephone and email 24/7.
The philosophy behind ePresenceSolutions.com is that cost should not be a hindrance when one wishes to have a presence on the Internet. www.ePresenceSolutions.com is the self-service source for Internet presence. Together with its affiliated companies, www.eBusinessSolutionsLLC.com, the full-service web presence provider, and www.eResellerSolutions.com, offering its customers entree to the Internet reseller business by providing turnkey reseller opportunities, the company offers its customers the most comprehensive suite of Internet presence resources. Operating within the concept of social responsibility, ePresenceSolutions.com and affiliated companies allocate a portion of the profits to their "Building a Better World" (Tikun Olam) fund; they give back to the community donating time and monies needed to assist with various community and charitable projects.
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