• iTALC has been designed for usage in school. Therefore it offers a lot of possibilities to teachers, such as: see what's going on in computer-labs by using overview mode and make snapshots; remote control computers to support and help other people; show a demo (either in fullscreen or in a window) - the teacher's screen is shown on all student's computers in realtime; lock workstations for moving undivided attention to teacher; send text messages to students; powering on/off and rebooting computers per remote; remote logon and logoff and remote execution of arbitrary commands/scripts.
  • Virtual Network Computing (VNC) technology enables sharing a copy of one computer's screen display with another computer over a network connection. Also known as remote desktop sharing, VNC is typically used by people wanting to monitor or control a computer from a remote location rather than just accessing shared files.
  • TightVNC The TightVNC Server and Viewer use special data encoding techniques designed to better support lower-speed network connections. First released in 2001, the latest versions of TightVNC run on all modern flavors of Windows, and a Java version of the Viewer is also available.