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Netop Remote Control utilizes a number of modules in order to provide various solutions.
In 2009 the company changed its name into Netop Business Solutions A/S.
What cheer, netop.
(netop, 'friend,' from Massachusett netomp.)
AetherPal and Netop Remote Control can be used for full wireless remote access and administration on Smartphone devices.
Netop Remote Control is a product of Netop Business Solutions A/S.
Curiously, "What cheer, Netop" were the words called out by the Narragansett Indians when Roger Williams first set foot in what he was to call Providence.
'Netop' was the Narragansett (tribe) word for 'friend', and 'What Cheer' was an old England greeting brought to New England by English settlers.
The first version of Netop Remote Control for MS-DOS was released by Danware Data A/S in 1987.
According to the story, when Roger Williams arrived at the site that would become Providence in 1636, he was greeted by Narragansett Native Americans with "What Cheer, Netop".
Netop Remote Control allows organizations to centrally control who can do what and where safe in the knowledge that when each remote session has finished it should be able to document what actually took place.
The other camps include Cautantowit, Manchose, Manitoo, The Great One, Minnikesu (Counselor in Training Corps), Netop, Neimpaug, Sequan (Webelos Woods), Waskecke, Weemat, Wetoumuck, Wunegin, and Wuttah.