RemoteScan gives users the ability to turn any scanner into a network scanner to share it. You can also connect your scanner to any other computer on your network or even across oceans using the Internet if needed.
There are several situations where you need to share a scanner using RemoteScan. Consider using a computer that is in use when doing so prevents distraction from a worker. This is for example when the system is connected to a home computer that operates within the home wireless network. Nevertheless, people would like to use the system simultaneously from their laptop with no interruptions being made. In addition, high-powered cameras are necessary in order to reduce storage requirements.A dust-free scanner which can serve as a repository while a technician is placing documents, and other users are unaware the machine exists. Additionally, Internet cafes and other public areas where scanning happens within a distance of computers also rely on this kind of functionality. Using RemoteScan, employees are provided with access to all scanned documents simply by placing them on a different machine that can make connections to an employee's computer at the same time.