Welcome to this fantastic conversation with Andy Earp, our Technical Support Manager at NetSupport.
In this episode of NetSupport Radio, we explore some of the many ways that NetSupport Manager can support your business, save you time, money and help support remote working without the need for any VPNs!
One of the most interesting parts of the conversation was learning about the significant number of use-case scenarios for using NetSupport Manager.
Whether you’re a small business wanting to support remote working, a factory looking to support your machinery on the production line, a retail organisation looking at supporting your point-of-sale locations or simply looking for a way to reduce the number of journeys your technicians need to make to your different sites, NetSupport Manager can help you.
In this conversation, we asked a variety of questions such as:
- Who can use NetSupport Manager?
- What types of connections are supported by NetSupport Manager?
- What security settings are available in NetSupport Manager to secure access to Clients and Controls?
- What different ways can you apply a NetSupport Manager configuration?
- Is it possible to automate the features of NetSupport Manager?
As you might expect, the responses to each of the questions are many, given the broad and varied ways the award-winning NetSupport Manager can help organisations such as yours.
To discover the responses to each of those questions above, check out the conversation back here:
If you’d rather listen back to this episode of NetSupport Radio using your favoured podcast app, please do check out the audio recording of the conversation here:
To learn more about NetSupport Manager and to start using it to help your business, there are several avenues you can take. You can:
- Get in touch via the live chat feature on www.netsupportmanager.com
- Chat directly with our team via www.netsupportsoftware.com/chat
- …or why not reach out to us on Twitter @NetSupportNSM.
As you might expect, there are plenty of resources to support the different activities mentioned during the recording. You can access them here: