ISL Online to showcase the latest help desk apps at SITS

June is just around the corner and the first job for ISL Online UK then is to attend SITS – the IT Service Management Show. If interested in innovative remote support and live chat solutions and attending the show, we invite you to visit our stand no. 724 and explore what’s new in our help desk and remote support software.

ISL Online invites everyone to visit their stand 724 at the UK's leading Service Desk and IT Support Show.

This is the fourth consecutive year we are exhibiting at the UK’s leading Service Desk and IT Support Show (SITS), held in London on 3-4 June, at the new venue of Olympia London. The show is predicted to attract over four thousand IT professionals with all the latest top end technologies and we are sure that the ISL Online enterprise remote control solution for troubleshooting mobile devices and computers remotely will make a splash.

Showcasing the latest of ISL Online, this year we will reveal how to access and control the newest Samsung phone – Galaxy S6 – from a remote computer, and how to provide technical remote support to iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices. We’ll also explore how IT supporters can easily connect to any Windows, Mac and Linux computer in as little as three seconds and deliver efficient technical support to remote devices right from their own computer or mobile device, but other remote support applications, all part of an all-in-one ISL Online solution, will also be given considerable attention.

Download Remote Access App on Google PlayControl the new Samsung Galaxy S6 with a tap of your finger

Designed with a modern tech support centre in mind, the ISL Online apps empower mobile supporters to securely access Android phones and tablets and fully control any Samsung device running on Android 4.2.2 or newer, while they also let you provide technical remote support to mobile devices running on iOS.

See the video above for a quick glance at the premium Android app. However, for the live-action look, find us at SITS at the stand 724 and explore the best apps to help you technically support remote devices with a tap of your finger. Let us show you:

• How to connect to and from the latest mobile devices to support your clients.
• How to connect to Linux, Mac and Windows computers in as little as 3 seconds.
• How to have online meetings from your computer or mobile device.

ISL Online at SITS15: Stand 724.
Where? Olympia London.
When? 3-4 June.

Visit SITS for free
Please be aware that this year it is slightly different from previous years since there is a charge of £35 on the door on the day of the show, unless you register before 2nd June in order to get a complimentary ticket. Therefore, we kindly invite you to register for a free visitor pass and pre-book conference sessions at http://www.ITSMShow.com and quote priority code 110SITS.

Special perks for existing ISL Online customers
If you are already an ISL Online customer and would like us to nominate you to be a VIP guest, giving you access to the VIP lounge, free WiFi and complimentary refreshments as well as other benefits, please contact the UK office and the necessary arrangements will be made.

Book a meeting
Interested in discussing value associated with ISL Online remote access and support solutions, or a possibility of integrating ISL Online solutions into your technical support and existing software? You are warmly welcome to schedule a meeting with our representatives at sales@islonline.co.uk.

Stay tuned for more action from the UK’s leading Service Desk and IT Support Show, starting in just 9 days!

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