Welcome to the 68. episode of our iPadBlog.de Podcast.
In this episode we are communicating in English and dealing with the following topic:
News about the iPad and a special service
- About PocketCloud, the leading cloud-based mobile app suite connecting users to personal, private or public cloud from any handheld.
- It works on iOS and Android, has the best security in the industry, and enables not just file access but applications and desktop as well as video viewing over wifi and 3G.
- And, it’s free in the iTunes App Store versus competitors who charge $10 or more.
This podcast episode is an interview between Rafael Schimanski (established iPadBlog.de in 2010) and Dirk Kuepper (professional IT office and Mac Consultant) who substitutes the general manager, Daniel Barreto.
We talk about the future of virtualization and remote desktop access. Daniel Barreto can tell you how PocketCloud became the best desktop remote app on the market and will continue to be. Here are a few highlights:
- Ease of Setup and Use: In minutes it automatically configures access to a user’s computer(s)
- Speed and Performance: Eclipses the competition (LogMeIn, PhoneMyPC, etc.) as the fastest and most responsive.
- Security and Management: Unlike iCloud and other in the space, PocketCloud is the leader in supported connection types with VNC, RDP7 and VMware View. The app also provides a level of encryption beyond the capabilities of competitors, keeping personal data safe while on the go.
Please see the following video clip to PocketCloud – an overview:
Introducing our favourite iPad-Apps
App of the Month in September 2012 – denkform App
MacApp of the Month September 2012 – DiscCover 3
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