During such unprecedented times, organizations around the world are implementing business continuity strategies to safeguard staff and minimize disruption to operational effectiveness. As supply chains struggle to deal with the shortages in IT hardware leaving laptops in short supply, and software-based remote access programs see reliability issues due to a spike in demand, it is understandable why businesses are concerned.
With Adder’s remote KVM solutions, businesses can rest assured that they can achieve a real-time and reliable connection between their users and computers; without the need to purchase additional hardware or rely upon software-based providers. Whether you need to connect to a single computer, or a network consisting of multiple computers, there is a high performance KVM solution to help you.
Secure. Access Anywhere.
Adder’s range of high performance KVM technologies enables users to remotely access and manage connected computers, in real-time and with zero loss of data, from anywhere in the world. Operators with specified rights are given full control to distributed, critical computer systems allowing them to reboot or switch a system instantaneously.
Find out more about Adder’s range of remote KVM solutions.
The ADDERLink ipeps+ enables you to remotely access and control your critical computing hardware using your standard IP network. Using RealVNC client software, users with computers outside the network can still remotely and securely access their computer.
The ADDERLink Digital ipeps enables users to remotely access and control critical computing hardware using their standard IP network. Connect via DVI and USB or RealVNC, users can connect to computers outside the network remotely with secure access.
KVM over IP switch enabling up to 5 simultaneous local, remote and global users to access and control computers at BIOS level. A combination of USB console support, global IP access ensuring high-performance, flexible switching of USB, video and audio signals.
As the world responds to disruption caused by the current health crisis, organizations are looking at ways to keep people connected and protected. From routine handwashing to self-quarantine, communities and companies are taking active measures to avoid the spread of the virus. The growth of remote-access software and VPNs has enabled organizations to facilitate remote working without disruption however, what happens to those in high-pressure environments who need secure, direct or BIOS level access to the systems they are managing?
KVM is keeping the lights on for those people keeping the lights on. It doesn’t just give users remote desktop access to critical computers; it enables them to access the PC as though they were connected locally. Check out our latest blog series ‘KVM Continuity’ to find out how high performance IP KVM can help you stay connected.