A simple and convenient solution for complete access to your computer from a remote location - via email. Want to get data from your office computer while working at home? Leaving for a vacation with a notebook? The solution is WhereverUgo.
Version: 1.01WhereverUgo is a simple and convenient solution for complete access to your computer from a remote location - via email. Want to get data from your office computer while working at home? Leaving for a vacation with a notebook? The solution is WhereverUgo.
License: Free To Try $24.50
Operating System: Windows
It will help you to stay in touch with a remote computer, while assuring maximum efficiency and security. The princpal advantage of using WhereverUgo is that the computer you want to access remotely does not even need to be permanently connected to the Internet.
The work of WhereverUgo is based on a periodical exchange of control packets attached to email messages passed between the WhereverUgo home module, which must be installed on the computer you want to access remotely, and the WhereverUgo mobile module, which you need installed on the computer you are currently at. This technology minimizes a risk of ip-attacks and decreases your Internet traffic and usage time.
That is especially useful while working with such mobile units as notebooks or PDAs. WhereverUgo can automatically establish dial-up connections, supports the basic mail protocols (POP3/SMTP), and can effectively tell its own email messages with control packets from others, so you do not even need to create a separate email account.
Your personal email account will be completely sufficient for the functioning of the program. WhereverUgo mobile module has an easy-to-use interface based on the browser similar to the Windows Explorer making all manipulations with your remote computer easy and efficient.
On the other hand, WhereverUgo home module is designed to be minimally seen and to work in a totally automatic mode. Once adjusted, the module minimizes to stay in the system tray and works completely without user participation, providing you the access to the computer via email.