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11th March 2008, Reading, UK; NetOp Tech Ltd - a wholly owned subsidiary of Danish IT company Danware - today announced the launch of NetOp Instruct version 5.5, its leading solution for corporate trainers. This new release allows trainers to control and monitor an unlimited amount of trainee’s screens, offers full compliance to the new architecture of Windows Vista and now, the control of any browser.

Based on remote control technology, NetOp Instruct is a user-friendly plug-and-play solution that allows corporate trainers to provide individual training to multiple users.

When new employees are introduced to internal IT systems, the vast majority of businesses still train their employees by means of PowerPoint and a projector. However, NetOp Instruct allows the trainer to create richer, interactive sessions. Trainees and teachers can communicate with each other throughout the class, as well as transfer sound, images, and video back and forth or to the rest of the group.

From the trainer’s perspective, they can plan and carry out an entire course from his or her own computer screen, monitor what happens on the attendees’ screens and involve them by letting them take over the presentation when necessary.

NetOp Instruct can also be used outside of the training environment, as employees can communicate important information quickly and efficiently by broadcasting their computer screen. This means that they can share information internally and work on the same documents at the same time, very quickly taking control of the joint screen, ensuring faster interaction. This is particularly relevant for businesses with huge production environments.

“With most traditional and internal communication channels like intranets or e-mail, there is always the risk that messages do not reach their recipients. Using NetOp Instruct, a group can monitor the development of a project while one of the employees is still working on it. The remaining group members can take control of the joint screen at any time and, in this way, take the baton. This is also known as the pass the chalk principle, which is especially relevant for project-oriented businesses in which several different departments are working together,” said Mike Kibblewhite, Managing Director of NetOp.

NetOp Instruct takes up less than 20 MB of memory and works with both LAN and WAN networks. In addition, the program supports 802.11 g wireless networks and all common Windows operating systems. Today, NetOp® Instruct is available in more than 80 countries worldwide.

Download a free trial version of NetOp Instruct 5.5 at


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About NetOp

NetOp Tech Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Danware A/S, which develops and markets software based on NetOp technology. This technology enables swift, secure, and seamless transfer of screens, sound, and data between two or more computers.

The company has three business areas: NetOp Remote Management, NetOp Education, and NetOp Security. NetOp Remote Control makes it possible to remotely control one or more computers; NetOp School is used for computer-based classroom training; NetOp Netfilter is an internet filter and NetOp Process Control limits the applications and programs that can execute on a user's computer.
Danware products are sold in more than 80 countries worldwide, and in 2006 turnover was approximately DKK 97.93m. Danware is listed in Copenhagen and forms part of the SmallCap+ index.

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