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New NetOp Remote Control Version First to Support Windows Server 2003 : Industry-Leading Secure Cross-Platform Support Extends NetOp Remote Control's Dominance of Enterprise Remote Control Market
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK (ots) - Danware, the world's leading provider of high quality remote control software for professional users, announced today version 7.6 of its award-winning NetOp Remote Control, featuring a wealth of improvements, including support for Windows Server 2003 and Mac OS X, as well as powerful, new security enhancements.
Providing the world's most extensive cross-platform support, NetOp Remote Control satisfies the need of enterprises with large, complex networks to reduce costs and increase efficiency by making it easier to remotely manage and troubleshoot the widest range of computers securely. Now with NetOp Remote Control 7.6, customers can use a PDA, notebook, tablet or desktop PC, to remote control Windows, Linux, Solaris and Mac workstations.
"Users of NetOp Remote Control know they can rely on Danware to be among the first to support the newest operating systems from Microsoft and other major vendors," says Kim Macallan, Product Manager for NetOp Remote Control. "A beta version of the NetOp Remote Control 7.6 is already available on our Web site, and the final version is scheduled for release early June."
Security in the new version has also been expanded with the inclusion of Directory Services authentication and authorization via LDAP. This feature allows NetOp Remote Control to be simply and cost- effectively integrated into, for example, existing Novell, Netscape and Sun environments.
"Security is a key reason why NetOp Remote Control is now the remote control product of choice among professional users," explains Kim Macallan. "The new Directory Service features not only provide better security, they also allow extra flexibility and lower TCO by enabling customers to re-use their existing authentication and authorization infrastructure."
The new version of NetOp Remote Control also boasts significantly improved performance. Intensive focus on TCP/IP traffic has led to speed increases of up to 40% on some LAN configurations, drastically reducing the transfer time for large amounts of data. Cross-platform speed has also been increased in NetOp Remote Control 7.6, enabling faster remote control of Windows hosts from platforms such as Linux and UNIX.
Usability has been further improved with a range of features such as directory service name resolving via LDAP, auto-authentication, and better file transfer capabilities. Together with a series of other modifications including helpdesk improvements, Web updates, support for dial-up networking on Windows CE, NetOp 7.6 offers users significant extra value.
"With this new version of NetOp Remote Control, Danware reconfirms its commitment to enterprise customers seeking exceptional cross- platform support, best-of-breed security and a wide range of genuinely useful features," says Kim Macallan. "In addition, we continue to bolster our customer service offerings which already include free technical support."
The beta version of NetOp Remote Control can be downloaded from www.netop.com
Danware develops and markets the award-winning NetOp family of remote control products. NetOp Remote Control is a pure-breed remote control software application. It's one of only two viable standalone players on the remote control market and the professional alternative to pcAnywhere. It enables superior remote control of any computing device using virtually any operating system, empowering corporations and government agencies worldwide to minimize IT support costs and boost operating efficiency. NetOp School gives teachers and corporate trainers a powerful tool for networked classroom instruction, enabling teachers to maximize the potential of computer-based teaching. Danware is listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange and markets its products worldwide through a global network of professional partners.
ots Originaltext: Danware