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FlexiHub lets you share and access USB devices across a network of computers

For some, this could be extremely helpful.

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More and more, people want to have easy access to everything that is related to computers and the internet. This makes sharing quite important, not only online but also offline, in places such as an office. People also want to have constant access not only to computers, but also to the external devices connected to them.

Also common these days is to remotely access devices over a network, mostly computers. Now, with FlexiHub, everyone can share USB devices as well, all with easy-to-use software that requires no complicated configurations to start working, and is available for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android.

More about FlexiHub

With FlexiHub, any device connected to USB and COM ports (the latter available only on Windows) on a computer can be accessed from any other location, even on the opposite side of the world, provided there is an internet connection. Several computers and their respective connected devices can be added, making this software a central point of access to all those devices.

It is also possible to invite other FlexiHub users to connect to your devices, making sharing and collaboration a breeze. Within the software it is possible to select which devices should be made accessible, giving total control to the admin over what can and cannot be accessed.

That collaboration is made even easier with FlexiHub thanks to the built-in communication system, FlexiChat (available for Windows only). Just like every other operation done in FlexiHub, chatting is also done in a completely secure connection, featuring 256-bit SSL encryption.

FlexiHub can also be an important ally for companies and professionals providing remote technical support – tools for sharing access to a computer, like TeamViewer, are quite popular and widely use but, with FlexiHub, other devices connected to USB and COM ports are also remotely available, making troubleshooting them or accessing data within them as simple as possible.

If FlexiHub sounds like the right tool to fulfill your needs, try it out using the 7-day free trial and see for yourself just how handy this software can be.

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24 y/o, born and living in Portugal. Majored in Biology, but tech and computers were always a passion. Wrote for sites like Windows.Appstorm and MakeTechEasier.

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