Later, Soluto released a web-based product that provided remote support for other computers. A user could remotely manage a computer in the home of his or her less technologically adept parents and review error messages, install programs such as
In the past year, Soluto took two important steps, which brought it closer to an exit. The first was its entry into the mobile world, with remote control for iPads and iPhones, as this was the direction that computers and users were headed.
The second step was the launch of a business model, after several years in expectations of one, aimed at IT managers at small and mid-sized businesses, and even really small businesses, such as law firms, where the owner or one employee "understands a little bit" about computers and helps in the routine management of the system.
Like the system for orivate users, the product for the enterprise market allows the remote handling of problems, such as improperly installed software, a stuck application, or an attempt to shorten a computer's startup. Soluto offers its software on the basis of a monthly
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