FusionAuthority has the first review of Fog Creek Copilot: “Everyone I demonstrated the service to was impressed. The screen resolution/quality is high (there is built in JPG compression to speed the screen drawing), mouse reactivity is almost real-time (over broadband) and when we disconnected, the executable was deleted from the desktop, leaving no remnants to clutter the system. By far the best feature of the service is the zero configuration required to bypass firewalls/routers and connect to the host computer.”
Not sure why they want to cook our interns, though...
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