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White Paper: Is There Software for KVM?

KVM (keyboard, video and mouse) technology was introduced in the 1990s as a way to separate critical hardware from user desktops and provide “virtualised” access to hardware resources for multiple users.

But software-based remote access solutions now exist that offer similar functionality to KVM solutions. And since software works with nearly every system and seems to be less complex, easier to implement and more cost-efficient than KVM, many IT admins and end users are starting to ask two questions: Are KVM solutions still relevant? Why isn’t there software for KVM?

Download our white paper to get the answer to these questions and 10 reasons why KVM is still better than software.

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