Hallowell, Maine — May 5, 2020 – Blue Marble Geographics announced today that it has added Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) capability to Global Mapper Single User Floating licenses. The newly added RDP capability offers reliable, secure, and affordable access to a remote computer, allowing users of Global Mapper to maintain a high level of productivity in an off-site work environment.
The original Single User Floating license provided users with the option to move their Global Mapper license between computers multiple times, with proper removal verification. With the RDP capability, users can now also access Global Mapper remotely over the internet from another computer.
“The recent events brought forth by the Coronavirus pandemic will require many professionals to work remotely for the foreseeable future,” stated Patrick Cunningham, Blue Marble President. “The RDP-enabled Single User Floating License provides an excellent solution for those who need to access Global Mapper remotely at a very affordable cost.”
For nearly three decades, Blue Marble’s affordable, user-friendly GIS software has been meeting the needs of hundreds of thousands of satisfied customers throughout the world. By offering numerous flexible licensing options, the company’s software is readily accessible to geospatial professionals, whether their work might take them. For more information about the RDP Enabled Single User License and other license options, please visit bluemarblegeo.com.
ABOUT BLUE MARBLE GEOGRAPHICS: Blue Marble Geographics® is a GIS and geodetic software company that provides cutting-edge yet accessible products designed for both novice and experienced geospatial professionals. Blue Marble’s expertise spans a broad spectrum of the geospatial technology sector with a particular focus on coordinate conversion, Lidar and photogrammetric point cloud processing, geospatial software development kits, and user-driven product development.
Cíntia Miranda, Director of Marketing
Blue Marble Geographics
Hallowell, ME, USA
+1(207) 622-4622 ext. 1132