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Closter computing firm chosen as remote-access provider

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Closter-based application and virtualization company Ericom Software said Wednesday that Continuum of Care has hired it to provide case workers with remote access from Apple Chromebooks to Windows desktop computers.

The New Haven, Connecticut-based residential home company was seeking a reliable and cost-effective mobile computing solution, Ericom said. The not-for-profit company will use Ericom’s solutions to provide its 700 case workers with 24-hour access to their computer files.

"We are thrilled to help Continuum of Care enhance their mobile computing capabilities with clientless remote access to their Windows desktops, from any location," Joshua Behar, Ericom Software's president, said in a prepared statement. "It is important to help maximize the limited IT budget for a nonprofit organization, and we are proud that AccessNow can help make it easier for the Continuum of Care staff to take care of those who are in need."

Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.


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