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Chromebook Partnership Provides Remote Access to Windows Desktops/Apps

SADA Systems today announced a partnership with Ericom Software to provide Chromebook users with streamlined remote access to Windows desktops and legacy applications.
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SADA Systems today announced a partnership with Ericom Software to provide Chromebook users with streamlined remote access to Windows desktops and legacy applications. SADA Systems is investing heavily in capabilities to provide Chromebook users with premium support and services to facilitate fast and widespread Chromebook adoption.

SADA is now advising customers on how to web-enable Windows, desktop, and legacy apps on their Chromebooks. For an online demonstration of this technology, or for more information on Chromebooks, go to SADA’s Chromebooks web page.

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