1stWorks Announces the 3G Capable Version of Files2Phones and PC2Me; 3G Compatibility Delivers the Best Performing Real Time Remote Access and Control of the Desktop Computer from the iPhone

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1stWorks, a real-time communications software company with solutions for secure multimedia conferencing, collaboration and content delivery, today announced the immediate availability of Files2Phones 3G and of PC2Me 3G, the low cost version of Files2Phones for personal use.

1stWorks, a real-time communications software company with solutions for secure multimedia conferencing, collaboration and content delivery, today announced the immediate availability of Files2Phones 3G and of PC2Me 3G, the low cost version of Files2Phones for personal use. These are powerful desktop applications that enable your iPhone to function as a real time remote control for your computer - securely and efficiently with password protection, and now you can take advantage of global 3G network speed.

Files2Phones 3G is the commercial grade solution, delivering access and control of any application or file type, documents, presentations, spreadsheets, CAD drawings, even custom applications- any application that can be opened directly on the desktop can now be viewed and controlled remotely from the iPhone. To set up F2P, simply drag and drop the local directories, applications or files to be accessed remotely into public, private or guest folders on the desktop PC or Mac with a Windows partition. The files are immediately added to the personal F2P directory at your personal .myf2p.com page - where they can be viewed and controlled using the iPhone's Safari browser. All display transfers use our patent pending compression technique for maximum efficiency and performance.

Or choose to view an instantaneous image of your desktop PC display right on your monitor. And if you have multiple monitors on your system, you can view them all. This remote access facility also includes launching the webcam on your desktop PC to see the image on your iPhone in either single shot or continuous view mode.

Want to use Skype to call your friends? Go ahead. Display the contact list, select the person to call and Files2Phones will make the connection.

For security, access to the files in the private and guest directories is managed by username and password as well as by time frame, while all access requests and file transfers are recorded to a log file on the desktop computer, including the name of the file or application accessed and a timestamp as well as the requesting IP address, port and connection type.

Files2Phones is available immediately for download from http://www.f2p.com for your free 14 day trial, and licenses can be purchased online for $29.95 for 3 months or $99.95 for a year, with no hidden data or usage charges.

PC2Me is the low cost version of its Files2Phones software for personal use, still a powerful desktop application that enables the iPhone to function as a real time remote control for the desktop computer -- securely and efficiently with password protection.

Access and control any content or application on the primary computer display, access documents, presentations, spreadsheets, CAD drawings, even custom applications- any application that can be opened on the desktop can now be launched, viewed, updated and controlled remotely from the iPhone using the iPhone's Safari browser.

PC2ME is available now for immediate download, just visit http://www.pc2me.net and get started today, $29.95 for a year, with no hidden data or usage charges.

About 1stWorks Corp.

1stWorks Corporation is a real-time software communications company with solutions for secure collaboration, conferencing, and multimedia content delivery -- incorporating its patented data compression technology, Quantized Indexing. Ten thousand customers worldwide in more than 70 countries already use its hotComm software platform. 1stWorks was founded in 2000 by executives from several earlier successful companies and is located near Boston. More information at http://www.1stworks.com.

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