Wyse PocketCloud 1.1 Now For Galaxy Tab

Wyse PocketCloud allows user to remotely access their desktop computer from their Android and iOS mobile devices. Today, Wyse is releasing PocketCloud version 1.1, with enhanced performances , advanced Microsoft NLA security, and optimization for tablets such as the new Samsung Galaxy Tab and Cisco Cius. Wyse claims to have 250,000 downloads to date.

PocketCloud is available on the Android Market, you can find more info on the product page and watch a demo video. Most of the features are free but you can buy PocketCloud Pro for $14.99, if you need more from your mobile cloud computing experience.

Complete PocketCloud for Android Highlights (from the press release):

  • Auto discovery: Hassle-free access to your environment with minimal setup, no technical know-how needed with supported devices
  • Custom keyboard with function and shortcut keys
  • International keyboard support: support for accented characters
  • Multitasking support
  • Mouse touch pointer
  • Remote app scrolling (e.g. scroll within Microsoft Word or PowerPoint)
  • VNC Support: Connect to Macs, and home editions of Windows
  • Secure tunneling for VNC (PocketCloud Pro)
  • Advanced multi-touch gestures with pinch to zoom support (PocketCloud Pro)

Wyse Exclusive RDP 7 Engine

  • Performance optimized for handheld devices
  • Enterprise grade security: 128-bit encryption and FIPS support
  • NLA (Network Level Authentication) Security (PocketCloud Pro)
  • Microsoft Terminal Services and Remote Desktop Services support
  • Switches to turn on/off wallpapers, themes, window dragging

3G and Wi-Fi Optimized

  • Works smoothly with 3G connections and Wi-Fi
  • Works with Android-powered handheld devices such as the Motorola DROID, HTC Evo 4G, HTC Droid Incredible, T-Mobile G1, Nexus One, Samsung Galaxy S Phones and Galaxy Tab, and Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 — to name a few.
  • Sound support with 2 bandwidth modes: 3G & Wi-Fi (PocketCloud Pro)

VMware View Support (PocketCloud Pro):

  • Direct connections and advanced tunneling
  • SSL encryption
  • Experimental support for RSA Two-Factor Authentication
This article was filed in Homepage > Apple > Cellphones and was tagged with Android, ios 4.3, mobile and mobile app.
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