Remote desktop software can be used in many ways, by individuals, businesses and organizations, alike. You can do everything on a remote desktop that you can do on your home or office computer, but you are not tied to a desk. Remote desktop services also make it possible for multiple users to access a computer’s desktop at the same time.
One popular use for remote desktop software is photo uploading. If you go on vacation and want to add pictures to your computer at home while away, you can access the virtual desktop from a device that is connected to the internet, such as your cell phone or a tablet, and transfer pictures directly to your home computer from that device, freeing up memory and storage space on your device, while at the same time saving all of your pictures.
The same convenience can translate to seamless business operations, as well. One way to make business meetings more efficient and productive is to have a meeting via conference call or video chat, and give your business partners access to your remote desktop. You can then pull up documents, and you and your partners can have access to make changes immediately, during discussion, cutting out the need to spend time e-mailing documents back and forth in order to make necessary adjustments or get approval. Having access to a remote desktop cuts down on delays because you are virtually never “away” from your computer!