Tuesday, November 24, 2009

iPhone and iPod Touch users can help TreeLink with new NTRconnect Remote access; World

iPhone and iPod Touch Users Log In and Branch Out With New NTRconnect Remote Access to Business and Home Computers Linux: "DALLAS and BARCELONA, Spain, November 24 /PRNewswire/ -- NTRglobal today introduced NTRconnect Remote Access for the iPhone and iPod touch (www.ntrconnect.com). The application is available on the iTunes App Store for US$1.99 and at the NTRconnect Website. With every download, NTRglobal will donate US$1.00 to TreeLink, an organization devoted to raising awareness for healthy urban and community forests. The accumulated donations from NTRglobal will help create TreeBanks, which are online accounts that fund local urban reforestation organizations.
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'Now, Apple iPhone and iPod touch users around the world can remotely access and control their home or work computers by simply logging in and branching out with NTRconnect Remote Access. Today's mobile and connected lifestyle require the ability to take care of business anytime, anywhere,' said Luis Font, CEO of NTRglobal. 'Our customers gain secure remote access to all of their work and home-based computers, files and applications, and they are also helping urban reforestation groups grow and branch out in their own backyards.'"

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