Flexihub 5.5

Access and manage remote USB or serial port devices.
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Connect and configure devices connected to remote computers via LAN or internet connections. Work with cameras, audio or video items, storage units, USB security dongles, printers, smart card readers, etc. Synchronize the access parameters between multiple workstations.

FlexiHub is a versatile software tool to access the contents and functionality of remote USB devices over network. With FlexiHub you can access and manage remote devices as if they were connected directly to your machine no matter where they are actually physically located - next door or across the globe. The app forms a hardware cloud that has all devices connected to network computers via USB ports. The devices are listed along with their types so you can easily figure out what device you need to connect to - a scanner, a printer, a USB dongle, a camera, etc. FlexiHub users can also invite others to access and work with their shared devices.

You can access a device share on a Mac from Windows machine and the other way round. The app is especially helpful in corporate environment where it is often required to share data - in a fast, efficient and secure way. The safety of your data is guaranteed by secure 256-bit SSL encryption, you do not need to worry about your sensitive data being accessed by an unauthorized party. By compressing data, FlexiHub in effect reduces data traffic. This powerful application is also very easy-to-use, all you have to do is to download and install FlexiHub: a server part on a computer whose USB ports are to be shared, and a client part on computers that need access to the shared ports. Once you share a USB device, it becomes accessible to all authorized users in the network. FlexiHub can be integrated into other software solutions, please try our API evaluation program and test FlexiHub integration.

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I use it for access to remote USB printer. My new MacBook goes without USB-A and it has the USB-C only. So, I plug the device into the computer and access it from MacBook with FlexiHub.

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