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What do you need to know about how such an app runs within an Overlay type network?
Whether your explanation is comprehensible depends upon whether I comprehend it, of course.
You have a network. You have another network, the underlay network.
Where is the Mobile device that is to link to a computer and do a file operation on it - by remote control? by sending it a file? or by what means?
And where is the computer? in the underlay network I take it.
The Mobile device is connected to the Cloud, obviously, if it is to be using a Cloud app to convert a file to PDF.
That's good information.
However, it is late in the evening, and it will take some time - tomorrow! - to digest all of it.
I still lack one crucial bit of info I asked for:
- Where is the Mobile device located? or is it not a part of these networks at all?
Good night, for now.
Thanks - I will examine the info tomorrow in the course of the morning. I don't ask more of you for now.
Thanks. Good morning: The info I'm curious about is mostly relating to the Mobile, the app it runs, and 'where' the Mobile is.
I notice that the Bes Mobile Northern Telecom brochure mentions use of MS Office applications including MS Word, through the BackStage interface.
Please pardon me for taking time to think this question over for a bit.
I appreciate your posting so much information about the case in response to my queries.
The Overlay Network does indeed help with Google Apps and the Mobile, for sure.
I don't think I need to ask further questions. The circumstances are pretty clear to me. But:
What part of this complicated setup and networked environment, do you need help, advice, or evaluation of?
Whether it is possible to remotely control a PC from a Mobile running (for instance) either Android OS (or perhaps iOS if the Mobile were an Apple) ? and what specific app to use for that remote control?
Or is it some other access to or control of, or file sharing with etc., that you need to do, linked up between Mobile and computer?
I'd like to help, Teresa, but I'm not sure I'm qualified. This question turns out to involve ramifications of both legal and networking and forensics that I do not have a sufficient strength to take on all at once.
With apologies, and good wishes, I must Opt Out at this point. A Security/Legal/Forensics/Networking Expert (if we have one) should take up the question by and by.
(Pardon this last posting - it was made by mistake owing to a network and system error. I have Opted Out again.)