Mobile Desktop is a wireless client for Microsoft Terminal Services, Microsoft Remote Desktop and Virtual Network Computing (VNC) for BlackBerry wireless handheld devices
Version: 2.0Idokorro Mobile Desktop is a client for Microsoft Terminal Services, Microsoft Remote Desktop and Virtual Network Computing (VNC) for BlackBerry wireless handheld devices. With Mobile Desktop you can create connections to almost any computer, then view the screen and even control the keyboard or mouse of the remote computer. Mobile Desktop allows you to use your BlackBerry device to view, access, and control the desktop of any computer.
License: Free To Try $45.00
Operating System: Windows
Using Mobile Desktop you can access files, manage computers, run a web browser, run any application, or provide remote support, all right from your handheld!
Mobile Desktop gives you full control of your computers from anywhere that you can use your BlackBerry device. Anything you can do at your computer, you can now do by accessing your computer directly from your wireless handheld. Mobile Desktop is easy to implement, saves time, and increases your mobility and productivity.
Mobile Desktop can be used to connect to practically any kind of computer including Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Solaris, Novell Netware, QNX, OS/2 and many more.
-Mobile Desktop allows BlackBerry users to view anything that is on the remote desktop computer, including sales graphs, spreadsheets, documents and images. Users can send, move, edit, delete, or create files, and more, while on-the-go.
-Mobile Desktop makes it possible to quickly and easily troubleshoot computer problems for friends or family members from a wireless handheld.
-Mobile Desktop gives IT Administrators and Help Desk personnel full remote control of any computer in the network even when away from the office, allowing them to troubleshoot and solve problems faster.
Mobile Desktop supports SSH tunneling for secure VNC connections. If you are using a BlackBerry Enterprise Server, all data sent between the server and your BlackBerry device is encrypted using Triple Data Encryption Standard (TDES) or Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).
Version 2.0: For BlackBerry Devices