Protect your business and your employees with remote working
With VNC Connect remote access software, you don't have to be in the office to stay productive.
Your business continuity plan needs remote access
Governments around the world recommend telecommuting during the ongoing coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak. Businesses without a remote working policy in place are working to implement one to continue operating away from the office. Download our "Remote Working Essentials" guide for some tips on how to make this transition as smooth as possible
Is your business going remote? We've put together some useful resources on how set up a remote working policy, and stay productive and motivated away from the office.
Home working and cybersecurity
Cybercriminals are known to prey on people's reliance on digital tools in moments of crisis, such as the current pandemic. With millions of people worldwide now working from home, there's an increased risk of cyberattacks. Here are some cybersecurity tips to help you mitigate the risks:
- All you need to know about remote desktop encryption (blog)
- Multi-factor authentication: is it worth it? (blog)
- Keeping your remote workers (digitally) secure (blog)
- Common social engineering attacks, and how to spot them (blog)
Find information and guidance from WHO (World Health Organization) regarding the ongoing outbreak of coronavirus disease COVID-19 on the WHO website.
Getting started with VNC Connect
VNC Connect is an affordable and easy-to-use remote access solution that allows you to connect to a remote computer and to watch its screen in real time, as through you were sitting right in front of it.
To show you how easy it is to get started, we've created a video that will demonstrate how to get your first screen sharing session up and running.