by Rick Smith (December 22, 2001)
You're out of the office and you need access to a file on your PC. What do you do? If you left your PC connected to the Internet, and had signed up for 01 Communique's I'm InTouch remote access service, you would be all set. You would then be able to remotely access all of your PC files and your company's Outlook email.
I'm InTouch provides secure, remote access to files on your PC or networked drives from any browser. You can remotely manage, download and upload these files and view their contents (over 50 different file formats are supported).
Microsoft Outlook and the RIM Blackberry service is specifically supported by I'm InTouch. Since Outlook email is processed directly at the desktop, you don't have to move, copy, re-examine or synchronize your messages you return to your "home base" PC.
For about $100 per year, I'm InTouch provides a direct, peer-to-peer, 128-bit SSL-secured connection from your remote device to your PC. Your data never passes through a host server. A unique 3-piece passcode is used to help make this connection work behind virtually any firewall or proxy.
Windows I'm InTouch desktop screen
01 Communique's I'm InTouch runs on PCs with Windows 98 SE, Windows ME, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 workstation or Windows XP Professional.
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