Description: USBDeviceShare lets you share USB devices and access them remotely over network (LAN or internet). Using this software, USB devices connected to remote computers (in local area network or internet) can be accessed as if they are locally plugged in. Applications which work with the device can then be run without the device being locally present.
Key benefits and advantages of using USBDeviceShare :
1. Access USB devices from anywhere
With USBDeviceShare you can connect to your USB device remotely over network or internet. This helps to access devices which are not easily portable. Your device which is physically present at your home or office is safe and secure.
2. Cut down costs. Share expensive USB devices in your organization with all employees.
Using USBDeviceShare USB devices plugged in to one computer can be accessed by users logged in to other computers present in the same network. USB devices like scanners and oscilloscopes (or any other USB device) which are expensive as well as 'not easily portable' can be shared and accessed over network using USBDeviceshare. You need not provide each employee in your organization with a separate USB device. Share devices instead.
3. Supports all types of USB devices
All types of USB devices like scanners, printers, communication devices, storage devices, human interface devices, video, audio, vendor specific devices etc can be shared and accessed remotely using USBDeviceShare.
4. Easy to use and stable
We have tested USBDeviceShare with a variety of USB devices with a wide range of bandwidth requirements. We offer USB Device Share as an easy-to-use as well as stable solution to access remote USB devices.
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