Big Question (Answered): Accessing Your Desktop on Mobile Devices

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big-question-150.png There’s an increasing focus on bridging the gap between desktops and mobile devices. Companies like LogMeIn, VMware and plenty more besides are offering technologies to access your desktop from a mobile device. The question is, do you want to?

We talked about it internally and decided to pose the question to you. You answered, and we culled the responses from Facebook and Twitter, then pulled together your responses using Storify.

Responses? They’re all over the map – some RWW readers are all about using LogMeIn or other tech to get to their desktops, while others had no desire to use their desktop on their mobile device. What do you think? Tell us why, or why not, you’d access your desktop from your mobile device.

View “Are you likely to access your desktop from a mobile device?” on Storify

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There’s an increasing focus on bridging the gap between desktops and mobile devices. Companies like LogMeIn, VMware and plenty more besides are offering technologies to access your desktop from a mobile device. The question is, do you want to?nnWe talked about it internally and decided to pose the question to you. You answered, and we culled the responses from Facebook and Twitter, then pulled together your responses using Storify.
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