Winflector is the best remote access and
application virtualization software available on the market
So, what does it do? You install an application on a server in one place and access
it anywhere in the world on almost any device and platform. Whether
you use Windows, Linux, a smartphone, it doesn’t matter. It is even proven to work on some TVs.
For instance, John might have accounting software SmartBooks installed in the office and wants to use it from home and his smartphone. John can install Winflector in the office and within five minutes be using SmartBooks from his home computer.
How can I use it?
- Support many stores or branches and keep your IT cheap and in one place
- Access your data and applications from any platform, anywhere
- Cut your hardware and licensing costs
- Take your existing desktop application to the web without writing a single line of code …
- … while getting scalability and application cloud features in the process
- Improve your experience with application virtualization and remote access
- Empower your team with BYOD (bring your own desktop) capabilities
Why use it?
- Support for Windows, Linux, Android and any web capable platform
- Excellent value for money (up to over 70% cheaper than competition)
- Stunning performance
- Secure operation and communication
- Easy to install, easy to use
- Have your applications integrated seamlessly with your desktop
- Great resources instead of overpriced consultants and useless documentation
- Trusted by people around the world, from doctors to power plant operators
in mission critical applications
- Excellent support and speedy updates
- Doesn’t use RDP
My story with Winflector
I was running a high performance compute server and administering and monitoring it through RDP. The issue was, whenever the network connection or CPU went to high loads, the RDP session would turn into a funny mosaic and responsiveness went down the drain.
When I needed a couple more users to be able to monitor the server, it got even worse. To add insult to injury, there was some Microsoft bug that caused winlogon.exe processes to spawn (and persist!) every time some Chinese hackers attempted to guess the remote desktop password. This forced a server restart every now and then, the customers were furious as they wanted 100% uptime. Not a great time at all.
I started looking for an alternative to Terminal Services, and found Winflector. I figured I could take this relatively unknown product and use it for administration and give the other users monitoring access by a custom app. It turned out to be both cheap and much less resource hungry than the Microsoft solution I used before. Awed by the performance, I contacted OTC, the vendor, and soon after this site was born. You’re getting all this info because I personally believe in this product and use it for my remote access and app virtualization needs.
How do I get started?
You can get in on the action in about 10 minutes, for free! You can also get educated
about the product and what it can do for you. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate
to contact the Winflector Expert or the official Winflector support!