Your computers are already networked up at home, but what about when you’re on the road? Accessing your home network remotely is a great advantage that many Fresno computer users have learned to love. Remote network access allows you to use your home network from wherever you are. Whether you need files, want to control your computers, or just want to use the processing power of your home computer, remote network access is a must-have for the Fresno techie.

Nerds On Call Computer Fresno can help you set up remote access solutions for your Fresno home network. Whether you have a traditional network or you’re doing something more complicated, we make sure you can integrate all your devices and do what you need to do. Our guarantee at Nerds On Call Computer Repair Fresno is that if you’re not happy with your remote access solutions, we’ll fix the problem until you are. We don’t charge hidden fees and we’ll give you an estimate up front. For all your remote access solutions needs, talk to Nerds On Call Computer Repair Fresno!

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Remote Access

Remote computer access refers to the ability to access and control a computer from a remote location, over a network or the internet.


USB stands for Universal Serial Bus. It is a standard for connecting devices to a computer or other electronic devices, such as smartphones and tablets. USB allows for the transfer of data and power between devices and computers.

Remote Wipe

A remote wipe is a feature that allows a device administrator or owner to remotely delete all the data from a device, such as a smartphone or laptop, if it is lost or stolen. This can include personal information, files, and applications. Remote wipe can be initiated through a web portal or by sending a command to the device through a mobile device management (MDM) software or a built-in feature.