REMOTE ACCESS and BYOD

Remote Access and BYODNever leave your business behind

Olafe’s remote access provides secure, user authenticated access to your full set of desktop applications and data anytime and anywhere.  Security is always a consideration for businesses, especially with remote access and BYOD.  Customized security settings can be enabled to limit access to local drives and printers, depending on the needs of your business.

Don’t be locked into an office PC. With Olafe, NOTHING runs locally and EVERYTHING runs off secure data center servers.

You can Work securely from anywhere, on any device with just an internet connection. Work from your home PC, laptop, Apple Mac, iPad or just borrow a computer from a friend while on vacation.

BYOD- Bring Your Own Device

More and more employees are needing the freedom to work on the device of their choice. Empowered workers help your business perform at its best. Consumerization is already well established in the enterprise and will drive continued transformation of business and IT models in the coming years. By embracing this trend and adopting a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) strategy, organizations can improve productivity, satisfaction, talent recruitment and employee retention.


What’s Included?

  • Secure remote access login account that provides connectivity from any location with an internet browser.
  • Provides local and remote printing capability.
  • Supports all major Operating Systems.

Benefits

  • Provides fully functional virtual office with access to your entire business.
  • This means there is no need to physically come in to the office.
  • Session persistence allows work to resume from any location without logging off or restarting any device.
  • Remote access software is automatically installed and configured from the internet.

Behind the BYOD momentum

A recent Gartner report concluded that “the rise of ‘bring your own device’ programs is the single most radical shift in the economics of client computing for business since PCs invaded the workplace.” There are numerous reasons underlying the astonishing speed and depth at which this trend has taken root.

For example:

  • Many of these smartphones and tablets, along with the growing number of enterprise-class mobile applications, have powerful capabilities and applications. They now far exceed those of the “standard issue” device from the IT department, making them much more desirable.
  • Consumer mobile devices have become so pervasive in daily life as a result of improvements in technology (for example, small size, instant on, wireless Internet connectivity and so on), and therefore there is a level of comfort does not exist with “corporate” devices. In fact, this probably ref lects a cultural shift as much as a technological one.
  • Companies are demanding their employees to do more with less. Today’s employee is an increasingly empowered and technology-savvy knowledge worker. Employees are turning to whatever helps them achieve that goal—and in many cases, that is not the PC chained to an office desk.
  • Many enterprises issue corporate-liable devices to a small subset of the company, such as sales. Although mobility requirements are increasing, most enterprises are not expanding their corporate-liable programs due to cost pressures. Instead, they are exploring the employee-liable model (BYOD) to deliver mobile services to a larger population of users at reduced cost.

Remote Access and BYOD