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Crossloop vs Logmein

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Crossloop vs Logmein

wesley.chin
What is the difference? other than sharing being two-way
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    Mrinal.Desai

    Here are the main differences as we see it:

    - we are focused on remote support (both people have to be at the two computers) and we provide that free. If you wish to access your own computer - say work from home, we recommend LogMeIn
    - we provide free file transfer within it
    - CrossLoop is free for personal and commercial use
    - we provide a Computer "Help" Marketplace where any one with expertise to help can create a free profile and build a reputation tied to their remote support sessions. That is how we intend to monetize our business, not the technology of desktop sharing

    This is again from my (I am a Co-Founder of CrossLoop) perspective - Let me know if you have any questions

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    wesley.chin

    From what I have gathered from the website, each party will be able to control the computer of the other party. Is that correct?

    Also, what is the nature of the access? is there any kind of authenitication/permission that is needed that is needed for access? Essentially, what are the the safeguards from a security perspective?

    Is there a limitation on the number of computers that can be connected in one session?

    Will this access work for all places? In particular, will this work if one party is located in US, and one in China

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    Mrinal.Desai

    Here are the main differences as we see it:

    - we are focused on remote support (both people have to be at the two computers) and we provide that free. If you wish to access your own computer - say work from home, we recommend LogMeIn
    - we provide free file transfer within it
    - CrossLoop is free for personal and commercial use
    - we provide a Computer "Help" Marketplace where any one with expertise to help can create a free profile and build a reputation tied to their remote support sessions. That is how we intend to monetize our business, not the technology of desktop sharing

    This is again from my (I am a Co-Founder of CrossLoop) perspective - Let me know if you have any questions

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    wesley.chin

    From what I have gathered from the website, each party will be able to control the computer of the other party. Is that correct?

    Also, what is the nature of the access? is there any kind of authenitication/permission that is needed that is needed for access? Essentially, what are the the safeguards from a security perspective?

    Is there a limitation on the number of computers that can be connected in one session?

    Will this access work for all places? In particular, will this work if one party is located in US, and one in China