Kickstarter is really a haven of new ideas. My first pledge was of the Muku Shuttr. After I watched the video, I knew I had to get one.
Muku Shuttr is the world’s slimmest remote camera control that is compatible for the iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy S4/S3, Notes 2, LG Nexus 4. No app is needed to use this. Only bluetooth is required.
Other new phones may be on the works so this remote control can be compatible.
So what use can the Muku Shuttr give you? Doing selfie shots for example. You can just place the camera in front of you and do the pose that you want without the hassle of having to extend your arm just to take a good shot of yourself.
Muku Shuttr is designed to solve all these problem by resting in your keychain and allow you to take photo with yourself, your friends and your kids anytime you want.
Taking photos using the remote control is not just its only use. You can use it as a Powerpoint remote. Just pair up with you computer (Mac / Windows), switch the Shuttr to Android mode. And it works right the way.
This project had already been funded so if you want to get one yourself, you will have to go to their official site and purchase it there.
Here is my actual Muku Shuttr that I just received. It worked great when I tested it on a Samsung Galaxy S3 but this will be used by my wife’s iPhone device. The remote certainly worked well. It can even control the zoom in and zoom out features of the camera.
Make sure you place the back stand of your camera at the right place so you can get the perfect angle when you place your smartphone on any surface. Once everything is in place, let your trigger happy fingers do their thing ;).
It is a fact that Linux has a strong foothold in the server market today including an increasing number of companies and government institutions standardizing on it. Remote access is quite popular amongst support services because it enables support staff to easily troubleshoot a recipient client’s system without having to go to where the recipient client is located.
Simply put, one can do troubleshooting on the client machine right on one’s PC. This is why remote desktop connections are popular. You may be familiar with remote desktop connections when it comes to Windows. However, other operating systems like Linux can also be accessed using such service.
Bomgar is certified on multiple Linux distros and unlike some solutions that stop with basic support, it offers largely the same features for Linux as it does for Windows. So why Bomgar? What makes them different from the rest?
click to enlarge
Not all remote desktop connection clients can simplify support like Bomgar does. It lets technicians control remote computers, servers, smartphones and network devices over the internet or network through an easy to use user interface. The functionalities are self explanatory and one can actually initiate a remote connection to the destination client with ease.
Regarding firewall issues, although firewalls block incoming traffic, they do allow outbound traffic. Through a Bomgar Box, both end to end users can send outbound traffic thereby providing instant support to any computer in the world without the worries and hassle of bypassing firewall problems.
One of Bomgar’s well known clients who uses their product is Zappos.com who uses their remote desktop client in order for their support representatives to work efficiently considering they are a a Linux based call center.
Remote support and access with no monthly subscriptions? SimpleHelp is a server software that provides remote support and remote access functionality allowing you to support your customers and manage remote machines. You do not need to subscribe to the same services just to cater to your clients at exorbitant prices.