California Southland Chapter - AITP

Association of Information Technology Professionals

AITP Meeting

WEDNESDAY, Coco's, Garden Grove, Jan 28, 2015 , 7pm


 

Remote Computing, Remote Video, How else can I get connected to Everyone?

Remote Device Connection/Control, File Sharing, and Small Online Meetings

Between Computers and Mobile Devices Using TeamViewer

 

By Joe Melfi, Consultant/Business Analyst, formerly of D-Link

 

OVERVIEW: A simple introduction and tutorial that will teach you how to connect to a remote computer or mobile device to achieve the following :

·         Remote Access & Control: Use your computer or mobile device to remotely connect to another computer or mobile device, taking full control of programs and files while you are away from your home or office.  Use it to create your personal Cloud, or perform maintenance and support for family and friends.

·         Remote File Transfers: Leave your files at home and remotely access them with complete control to copy, move, or delete for your personal Cloud.  Backup files from your mobile to your home or office on the spot.

·         Collaboration and Small Online Meetings: Connect with one to six other devices and share PowerPoint, Word or other applications for online meetings.  Supports audio and video conferencing, text chat, and more.

 

Details covered will include…

 

Remote Access & Control

·         View, control, and perform maintenance remotely

·         Permission based or unattended

·         Secure access and encrypted data stream

·         From your local computer to your remote computer

·         From your local computer to your remote Android phone or tablet

·         From your local computer to your remote iOS phone or tablet

·         From your local Android device to your remote computer

·         From your local iOS device to your remote computer

 

Remote File Transfers

·         Easy, transfers from and to remote devices

·         Grab files while away

·         Send copies/backups of files without waiting

 

Collaboration and Small Online Meetings

·         Share desktop and applications with up to six users/devices

·         Share PowerPoint for meetings or training

·         Chat, Videos, Audio (VoIP or phone), Whiteboard, Desktop Sharing

 

Popular Products

·         TeamViewer (will be used in this presentation)

·         LogMeIn (popular, but no longer free)

·         GoToMyPC (popular, but not free)

·         Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection (free, used frequently by IT, but anybody can use)

·         VNC (free, some pay versions, supports almost any platform, even some odd ones)

·         Skype (free, more than just video conferencing, supports remote desktop, remote file transfers, and collaboration)

·         Plenty more


 
 Coco's

12032 Harbor Blvd. (Harbor at Chapman-SOUTH of Disneyland)

Use the Chapman exit near the Block at Orange from I-5 or Harbor Exit from the I-22

Garden Grove, CA
(714) 750-7477

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Join us in the Restaurant- Meeting Room
   Dinner about 7pm- just order off the menu- as much or as little as you want (save those budgets!) with
the  presentation about 8pm.

   Reserve by Email to: Alan Pearlman

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  Next Meeting- Feb. 25

  
Location: Coco's
12032 Harbor Blvd. (Harbor at Chapman-SOUTH of Disneyland)Garden Grove, CA
(714) 750-7477
Schedule: 7:00 PM Dinner & Program
Cost: Whatever you want to eat!
 

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Reserve by EMail to: Alan Pearlman

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