remote wake-up

remote wake-up

The ability for the power in a client machine to be turned on by the network. Remote wake-up enables software upgrading and other management tasks to be performed on users' machines after the work day is over. It also enables remote users to gain access to machines that have been turned off. Intel calls remote wake-up "Wake-on-LAN."
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One of the key new features is our innovative Remote Wake-Up that allows users to remotely access their distant computers, even if they are not powered on.
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- Remote Wake-Up - Allows an employee away from the office to securely login from a web browser to the I'm InTouch CSE wake-up server to power on their previously shut down computer.
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