CeBIT 2015: Mobile productivity

Under the CeBIT 2015 “d!conomy” theme, ISL Online co-exhibits with Samsung a user friendly remote to mobile app that even lets you remotely access and control the brand new Galaxy S6.

The ISL Online team at CeBIT 2015.  From left to right: Joe Webster, ISL Online UK, Mitja Vavpotic, XLAB, Alessandro Rizzo and Tobias Stucki, ISL Online Switzerland, Jure Pompe, XLAB.

The ISL Online team at CeBIT 2015.
From left to right: Joe Webster, ISL Online UK, Mitja Vavpotic, XLAB, Alessandro Rizzo and Tobias Stucki, ISL Online Switzerland, Jure Pompe, XLAB.

ISL Online showcases its latest innovations at CeBIT, the world’s largest ICT trade fair taking place from March 16 to 20, 2015. With the theme of “Mobile productivity”, ISL Online has partnered with Samsung at this year’s CeBIT to present one of the best remote access apps for the Android platform and other solutions for excellent on-demand remote assistance through the Internet. ISL Online exhibits in the Samsung’s spectacular 1,750 square metre exhibition area in Hall 2, booth C30.

Download Remote Access App on Google PlayMobile productivity with a tap of a finger
As a Silver Partner of Samsung Electronics of the Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program (SEAP) partnership, ISL Online has developed a premium solution for businesses that enables secure control of remote computers from Android devices, while it also empowers remote access to Android phones and tablets and full control of any Samsung device. Actually, you can access just about any Samsung mobile device from another mobile device or computer and control it remotely, troubleshoot technical issues, change settings or install new applications.

ISL Online lets you access just about any Samsung mobile device from another mobile device or computer and control it remotely.

Controlling a Samsung Galaxy S6 from a remote computer (Win, Mac or Linux).

Access and control Samsung Galaxy S6
When we say it works on any Samsung device, we mean it. Even the Samsung’s new star Galaxy S6, officially presented at the beginning of March at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, can be accessed and controlled from a remote computer or mobile device. For a short video tutorial on how to access a Galaxy S6 remotely, see our Joe’s demonstration recorded at CeBIT 2015.

»The idea was to show just how much ISL Online solutions have to offer to business users. Considering the fast growing trend of mobility in the enterprise, our presentation focuses on mobile applications and the ability to technically support mobile devices,” reveals Jure Pompe, the CEO of ISL Online. “However, ISL Online all-in-one solution offers more than just mobility. It enables a complete remote support service for end-users, regardless of the device they are using – a desktop computer or a mobile device, or the platform – Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android. So businesses that are using our products report greater productivity and much improved support service.”

At CeBIT 2015, ISL Online is co-exhibiting with Samsung to showcase one of the best remote access apps for the Android platform.

At CeBIT 2015, ISL Online is co-exhibiting with Samsung to showcase one of the best remote access apps for the Android platform.

Meet us at CeBIT, 16th – 20th March, Hall 2, C30
For the live-action look at how to access and control the brand new Galaxy S6 with the ISL Online premium app for Android and other remote support solutions, you are welcome to visit the ISL Online stand, located within the Samsung stand in a prime location in Hall 2, C30. But, hurry up as today is the last day of the largest ICT trade fair in the world!

Book a meeting with an ISL Online representative at CeBIT 2015

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