In 2020 ISL Online performed at an outstanding 99.9922% uptime. In times when we have witnessed a soaring demand for connectivity and the importance of services running without interruptions was greater than ever, ISL Online delivered reliable and secure remote desktop services and allowed its users efficient remote work.
According to Matic Nartnik, system administrator at the University of Ljubljana, remote support software ISL Online “was a lifesaver during the Coronavirus lockdown.” When his team and all the university’s staff, professors and office workers had to switch to working from home overnight, an efficient and reliable remote support and access product was critical.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought unforeseen circumstances across various aspects of society. Among all others, also enterprises had to adapt to the new normal. To do their part in curbing the growing number of confirmed cases, organizations have resorted to remote work strategies.
Konica Minolta has been providing remote support to its direct customers for years. They solve 80% of all issues remotely with ISL Online. More than 70,000 remote sessions were held in 2019 alone. Based on this vast positive experience, Konica Minolta has worked with ISL Online to develop a remote service solution for its re-sellers and distributors.
We are delighted to announce that Gartner’s GetApp ranked ISL Online as the number one leader in the Remote Support Software category. ISL Online earned the first place ahead of all other remote support providers as a result of the highest overall score based on unbiased user ratings.
ISL Light provides a powerful remote support and remote access tool. With the latest release we have provided an improved multi-monitor support feature, which now allows you to see remote monitors in separate windows and easily toggle between them. Enhancements in the graphical user interface have been made, the possibility to change the owner of a remote computer has been added and much more.
ISL Light Remote Desktop Recognized as Remote Support Software with Great User Experience by Gartner Digital Markets and other B2B Review Platforms
ISL Online is the proud recipient of Gartner Digital Markets Best Ease of Use badge 2020. Out of several hundred software products, for the second year in a row, verified reviewers recognized ISL Online software as impactful to their business. In addition, CompareCamp, granted ISL Online the Great User Experience Award.
If you come to a point where you can’t come to the office for a period of time, you should prepare yourself in advance. Put in place a structure that will enable you and your team to stay connected, and continue working from home or any other place. Luckily enough, existing technologies like collaboration software and remote access software allow efficient remote work.
Performing at an excellent 99.9846% uptime in 2019, ISL Online, once again, delivered a high degree of reliability for businesses using their remote desktop software as a service. ISL Online’s public cloud, which consists of over 90 servers worldwide, hosted millions of remote support and remote access sessions with a cumulative downtime of only 81 minutes throughout the year.
In its independent remote support software review, c’t magazine, the computer magazine with the most subscribers in Europe gives the highest score to ISL Online. The c’t journalist, Jan Schüßler, points out its ease of use and rich functionalities: »Connection setup and operation are uncomplicated and the functionality is convincing. ISL Online makes it easy for the user looking for help.«
We have released the add-on for ISL Light Remote Desktop app for Android. You are now able to remotely control an LG smartphone or tablet from your PC or Mac and provide efficient technical support to mobile device users.
If you’re a fresh ISL Online user, with a trial or a prepaid license, this one is for you. In this post, we’ll take a quick glance at ISL Light basics and pay attention to some of the useful features you might not be aware of at the beginning.
We are proud to announce that ISL Online has been awarded the badge for Best Ease of Use 2019 in the remote support category from Capterra, the world’s leading software review platform. Capterra, a Gartner-owned platform, once a year synthesizes reviews in a given software category to recognize the most highly-rated products by users.
ISL Online Partners with Microsoft Japan and SB C&S to Provide Azure-Based Managed Private Cloud Solution for Remote Access to Ease the Adoption of Telework in Japan
ISL Online, in cooperation with their long-time business partner OceanBridge Co., Ltd., established a new partnership with Microsoft Japan and SB C&S (former SoftBank C&S) to offer their secure remote desktop and remote access services as a private cloud hosted on Microsoft Azure instances. The easy-to-use and highly-secure remote access solution is affordable and technologically easy-to-deploy and can perform as an efficient telework opportunity.
You’re an IT supporter and you’re using remote desktop software to offer remote support to your customers. Use the below checklist to see how secure is the remote desktop tool you use. Is it secure like a fort or should you suggest a security measures update?
ISL Online, also in 2018, delivered an enviable 99.9852% uptime and has yet again proven that a consistent and strong uptime is the lifeblood of an effective remote desktop service. Without a single major incident in the past year, ISL Online average cloud service availability has been improved to 99.9827%.
No more CeBIT. Sounds strange, right? Well, actually it didn’t come as a surprise, we have all seen CeBIT fade away into a shadow of itself during the last ten years, but nevertheless, it’s not easy to grasp the idea that the once king in the worldwide tech landscape is dead.
Here, at ISL Online, CeBIT brings up a lot of good memories, so it made us reminisce about our beginnings and look back at the history of remote desktop. Looking at social media, it seems we’re not the only one to be somewhat sad to see CeBIT go. On Twitter, you’ll find long threads of posts reliving the best CeBIT moments under hashtags #CebitMemories and #Cebit.
ISL Online’s tunnelling technology is a powerful feature which, besides giving you the possibility to establish a secure RDP connection to a Windows computer in a remote network, also provides you with a few other advantages. You can create a jump box to a remote system or allow local users to access a remote computer through your own computer.
In our previous post, we have covered detailed instructions on how to configure the tunnel and then start an RDP connection via ISL Online (read the blog). Once you have done that you can try out the advanced use cases we present below.
USE CASE 1: Connect to a remote system through a jump box
In this scenario, you install the ISL AlwaysOn remote agent on only one computer in the remote network. This computer serves as a jump box through which you can then connect to any other computer in the same remote network.