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Remote Server Management Via Wireless Devices

ThinkersGroup today unveiled software to give administrators command line access to remote servers from wireless devices.

The company calls the product ThinkITAdmin.

Administrators gain the capability to access, control, view, manage and modify remote resources using Internet compatible wireless devices, including Nextel phones, AT&T phones, Windows CE-compatible devices and Palm Pilot-compatible devices.

Contact ThinkersGroup, www.thinkersgroup.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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