1
How many CPU cores do you require?
1
How much Memory do you require?
50
How much storage do you require?
Which Operating System do you require?
Which Support Method do you require?
Total£ 

Basic

£25
  • ✅ Windows 10 License Included
  • ✅ Access anywhere
  • ✅ 2 CPU Cores
  • ✅ 4GB Memory
  • ✅ 50GB Storage
  • ✅ Standard Support
BEST PERFORMING

Standard

£40
  • ✅Windows 10 License Included
  • ✅ Access anywhere
  • ✅ 2 CPU Cores
  • ✅ 8GB Memory
  • ✅ 100GB Storage
  • ✅ Standard Support

Recommended (Server)

£90
  • ✅ Windows 10 License Included
  • ✅ Access anywhere
  • ✅ 4 CPU Cores
  • ✅ 16GB Memory
  • ✅ 200GB Storage
  • ✅ Standard Support

Here at DigiCommerce, we provide our clients with Remote Desktop Services. This allows users to easily and efficiently access a work computer from home or when travelling, access a home computer from other locations, fix a computer problem, perform any admin tasks, or demonstrate something, such as a process or a software application.

In a nutshell, remote pc access software fundamentally allows you to “teleport” to any location (where you’ve already been granted access to a computer). You can use it to physically control a computer from a remote location as if you were sitting in front of it. Your keyboard is the remote keyboard, your mouse is the remote mouse. This kind of functionality has various applications in the business world, including reducing time and money when providing tech support.

For example, if your office is in Preston, but you’re in London, travelling for work. With our remote desktop services, you’re able to connect to all of the hardware, apps, and files on your work computer. And as long as you’ve been granted the necessary permissions, you’re able to troubleshoot problems, install software, and copy files without having to travel back to the location of the work computer, or ask someone else to help you.

While allowing outside access to your personal computer or corporate network always comes with the risk of malicious behaviour, modern remote access software can be completely safe – especially if you choose a solution that is known for being secure.

RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) allows for remote display and input capabilities for network-connected Windows applications running on a server. RDP in Windows 10 uses what’s known as the RC4 cipher, which is a stream cipher that effectively encrypts small amounts of information. This type of encryption can be performed using either a 56- or 128-bit key.

Besides the built-in encryption feature offered by RDP, Windows 10 users can configure Network Level Authentication. This authentication process will force users to authenticate when using RDP to remotely access a computer.

One of the most important actions to undergo whilst using RDP is to enable it in Windows 10. Always remember to tick the box that says “Require computers to use Network Level Authentication to connect” for added security.