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If you just want to connect to the server and do work (like Linux server-workstation type), NoMachine Enterprise Desktop is great, except for the keyboard mapping issue, which you have to correct in a setup of the remote server (almost) every time you log on. The graphics are smooth and fast. Overall response speed is very good, too. I like it.
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Works well for remote users to connect to their onsite computers. The mobile app works great for technicians. I can't really think of anywhere it isn't appropriate because these days everyone works remotely at some point and even if they have no need to connect to an onsite device when they need assistance the tech can connect quickly and easily.
Read full review Pros Secure connection Fast response over internet Really look like you are sitting in front of the machine you are connecting. Read full review Zoho Assist has the diagnostic support remotely handled. Surveys are easily done with Zoho Assist. Functioning in all systems and devices. Recording of remote sessions. Read full review Cons Keyboard mapping between client and host is often screwed up. Cut and paste between client and host is not convenient Would be nice if there was a function of simple file transfer between client and host Read full review Wake on LAN is very unreliable. Zoho Assist service will stop workstations automatically sleeping (unless overridden) - this was done deliberately by their development team as they aware (and unable to fix) their issues with WOL. Support is terrible - very quick response initially - but it can take weeks to get any actual support or solution. I currently have outstanding tickets over 2 months old with no response. File transfer clunky, slow and inconsistent. Clients often show offline when actually available and online. Copy/paste inconsistent (clipboard). Initially slow to connect to clients. Read full review Usability
Very easy to use. Tech support is available, but not needed. Our customers are able to download and run the file quickly, an audible tone alerts users as to when the assisted person joins the session. It is functional, aesthetically pleasing, and contains all the capability anyone needs for remote support.
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I haven't consulted with customer support, so I don't have an opinion. However, from the usefulness of the product, I think the support is also good
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As I said earlier, Zoho Assist is a perfect remote access software and very well meets our needs to solve installation, uninstallation and general configuration issues. The interface is beautiful, clean, user-friendly and works very well on Windows 10. All the support and infrastructure staff approve and enjoy using it
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Again, the NoMachine is a real virtual terminal, and you don't need to install another Linux on your machine to fully exploit the X-terminal function. This makes the disk and memory usage of the client minimum. No issue on the screen. It is really good.
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Cost is one thing that makes Zoho Assist beat the competing software. The security plans from the software ensure files and anything sensitive are well maintained and governed. The interface, the simplicity, and the friendliness of Zoho Assist attracts attention of prospective clients. Zoho Assist successfully make the desktop remote access process effective and at a reduced cost.
Read full review Return on Investment It makes the access to server much easier and convenient Connection is very stable, which makes works very efficient I don't need to reboot my Windows PC to switch to Linux in order to fully exploit the working environment of the server. No negative impact Read full review It's the most cost-effective service I've found with device control features, saving money. It's reliable whenever we need it. Without Zoho Assist we would probably not use a screen control program and would waste time trying to find a similar function from a combo of other programs rather than one. Read full review ScreenShots