Using CrossLoop Remote Desktop Software

Posted on August 6, 2008. Filed under: General, Software | Tags: , , |

OK… Let me say it! WOW!

I am impressed. I have attempted to implement Window’s Remote Desktop and various similar clients like VNC but CrossLoop simply is, as far as I have tried, the simplest, smoothest, and powerful remote desktop tool.

I have chance to use it several times in the past week and not only can I resolve (an estimate) about 60% of my clients’ problems remotely. I know install the program on each computer I service and I do not charge for that time since the power and ease of use of this program simply speaks volumes to the greater level of service I can offer my clients.

I know there are other solutions out there. I have tried them but for ease of setup, use, and the low cost (free!) CrossLoop offers so reliably I have to say I am committed to this software for supporting my clients’.

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Eric – and we say WOW too for your excellent post and sharing your experience (with the world) with our product!
Welcome to the CrossLoop family and if you ever have questions, please feel free to contact me at ANY time.
My profile is http://www.crossloop.com/mrinaldesai


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