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pcAnywhere

Remote control software for Windows, Mac and Linux from Symantec. Very popular and noted for its variety of features, pcAnywhere provides cross-platform operation; for example, a Mac client can access a Windows server. Hosts can also be accessed from Pocket PC devices and Web browsers. See remote control software.
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Using Symantec's pcAnywhere software, Doman would load the documents into the lender's computer and then send a command to have them print.
Additionally, by using cloud computing for remote access, organizations are no longer using insecure methods, such as Symantec's pcAnywhere. Instead they are migrating to cloud-enabled services or virtual desktop infrastructure, according to Robert Lemos, Contributing Editor at Dark Reading.
Recently Symantec's pcAnywhere and Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol suffered remote exploits.
According to Fox News, there is more concern about the theft of the code behind the remote access package pcAnywhere, which could allow malicious users to gain complete access to systems and data.
In creating the run simulation programs for evaluation, Fenn typically uses online tools such as WebEx and pcAnywhere for monitoring and vendor communications.
Advanced systems management technologies - such as imaging, remote control, and application virtualisation and packaging - leveraged from industry-leading Symantec products including Symantec Ghost, Symantec pcAnywhere, Symantec Workspace Virtualisation, and Wise packaging technology help customers with increased functionality and advanced capabilities.
DuBeau says the company previously used Symantec's pcAnywhere, but the setup soon began falling short of Varian's own strict time demands.
In the civil case, Symantec had alleged that Interplus Online had copyright and trademark infringement involving Symantec products such as Norton SystemWorks, Norton AntiVirus, Norton Ghost and Symantec pcAnywhere.
On behalf of member company Symantec, SIIA accused the defendant of infringing Symantec's copyrights and trademarks in Norton PartitionMagic, Norton AntiVirus, pcAnywhere, Norton SystemWorks, and other software by reselling OEM (original equipment manufacturer), unbundled, counterfeit, and other copies of that software not authorized for resale.
Counterfeit versions of the following Symantec solutions involved in each case included Norton SystemWorks, Norton AntiVirus, Norton Internet Security, pcAnywhere and Symantec AntiVirus Small Business Edition.
With the appropriate permissions and software such as LogMeIn.com or PCanywhere.com, an accountant can take control of a client's computer from afar and do everything that someone located in the office could, except physically load discs.