Mobile Remote Control Architecture
Keywords:remote, mobile, secure, server, system, network
AbstractWhen mobile device become more and more popular the need to have a software bridge between them and the old fashioned computers became evident. Many different solutions have appeared to fill the void but few offer more than file sinking or remote SSH (secure shell) connections. For computer professionals and other alike a tool that can do more regarding this connectivity and control gap became necessary. With this paper it is described an architecture and an implementation for creating such a system, underlining the difficulties, challenges and the many choices regarding overall system design, security and implementation that need to be made in order to provide the user with a secure, reliable and professional solution.
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