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KVM Switches vs. Software-Based Remote Access Tools

Posted on June 16, 2014 by Michael Bord

Computer Software and Hardware

Many organizations rely on either enterprise KVM switches or software-based remote access tools to control multiple computer systems, often over geographically dispersed areas. While there may be some overlapping capabilities when it comes to mundane everyday activities such as server routine maintenance, both systems have inherent strengths and weaknesses that are important to assess before committing to one over the other. 


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