Splashtop Announces Remote Control and Support Solution for Android-based IoT and Rugged Devices
Splashtop, developer of remote computer access and support solutions, has announced the first Android-based remote control solution for Zebra Technologies’ new remote control service. The Splashtop Rugged & IoT Remote Support is optimized to fully support Zebra Technologies’ Remote Control Event Injection Service.
With the latest Zebra remote control API, Zebra and Splashtop customers can now quickly deploy remotely managed rugged mobile computers.
Zebra’s Remote Control Event Injection Service gives approved remote control applications the ability to have full control of a device screen and inject key and touch events into the system while performing remote troubleshooting.
“In 2019, many enterprises will continue to migrate to new Android-based devices, and Splashtop is well-positioned to support this wave of customer adoption and deployment,” said Mark Lee, CEO of Splashtop, in a press statement.
Splashtop Rugged & IoT Remote Support is optimized to support mobile devices, rugged devices, kiosks, digital signage, point of sale, electronic logging devices, as well as other Internet of Things devices running on a range of operating systems from Android to embedded Windows. The platform is available in both cloud and on-premise versions. Splashtop partners can also leverage Rugged IoT & Remote Support.
Splashtop solutions are designed for MSPs, IT support professionals, help desks, and individual business users. Splashtop’s Android remote control technology has been embedded in the Ivanti Avalanche mobile device management platform (powered by Wavelink). Splashtop solutions are also integrated with Notify MDM, ZeroSecond MDM, AppTec360 MDM, and others. Splashtop offers free trials of all business solutions.
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