remote communications software

remote communications software

[ri¦mōt kə‚myü·nə′kā·shənz]
(computer science)
Software that allows a microcomputer to control or duplicate the operation of another microcomputer at a distant location, using the standard telephone system.
References in periodicals archive ?
Moreover, Apple has a remote communications software program, Apple talk Remote Access (ARA) for $199, which allows you to dial into a computer at your home office, or to another user's computer.
The Veeder-Root Company announces the release of Inform, the easy-to-use remote communications software that enables petroleum retailers to get the most from their automatic tank gauges.
These two new vice presidents will work together in their areas of expertise to define, develop and continue to bring to market award-winning remote communications software products.
30, 1995--The addition of simultaneous voice and data capability to IBM's Online Housecall(TM) remote support program for Aptiva users has been made possible by the marriage of IBM's Mwave technology and Triton's CoSession remote communications software.
has announced a new version of CoSession for Windows, their leading remote communications software program that allows a PC in one location to remotely operate or access a second PC via modems, serial ports or network connections.
There are a number of key benefits to incorporating a remote communications software package within an accounting environment.
Full browser ?