Advancement in technology nowadays allows various projects to be created and presented with ease. Multiple devices can be connected to provide smooth data flow. With the help of applications like Doceri Desktop, you can easily set up a wireless connection between your iPad and computer, with several remote options to make presentations more comfortable.
Setting up connections easily
For this particular application your computer only acts like a means to get devices connected, with not many tools to work with. The main window mostly consists of helpful data to get you up and running. Computer name and IP address are displayed, as well as a QRcode you can scan with your device so you instantly connect.
In case this fails to function, the application also puts several steps at your disposal, with intuitive indications and helpful text on how to connect the device to a preferred computer.
Stay secured with a custom password
For security reasons, the first time you launch the application, you need to set up a password so that no unauthorized access is allowed. This can later on be changed from the settings menu, along with a few more options.
Several options to work with
The main window only spends a little time on your desktop, with most time spent hidden in the system tray. From there you can bring up the settings menu in case you want to make any adjustments. For example, you can create a custom folder to place files of interest and have them easily accessed and managed from a distance with your mobile device.
In addition, you can enable multiple users to get connected if the circumstances require it. A custom port can also be attributed, and a detailed log file is generated, with the possibility to have it saved on the hard disk drive.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Doceri Desktop can provide a great deal of help when it comes presentations, making a proper first impression. Visual elements are polished and nobody has trouble accommodating. Moreover, its compatibility with a whiteboard also makes it a useful teaching partner.
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OS X 10.6 or later