Traditionally, a software company develops its products and directly sells them to the end users. This is usually done via the editor’s website. And that’s what DWService has been doing those past few years when we introduced our subscriptions. We’ll now work with a merchant of record.
More than 5 million Covid cases have been identified in Brazil since the beginning of the pandemic. In such a situation, it has become urgent to setup the proper measures and the right tools to prevent an even wider spread of the virus. This is all the more true among students who live next to each other on campuses.
We have talked to Diego who works as a User Support Coordinator in the IT department at UNOCHAPECO (Universidade Comunitária da Região de Chapecó)
Are you using DWService on a daily basis ? Did you know you can unlock more bandwidth to make the most of it ? And at the same time, choosing one of our many plans will help us make DWService available to a larger number of people around the world.
At first to fund DWService, we decided to rely on a system of donations. We had a great response from the community. However, we have reached a stage where we now need a regular source of income in order to plan what’s coming ahead of us.
More and more people use DWService on a regular basis and we want to take the project a step further in order to ensure a maximum quality for our user base. Today we are introducing a new website as well as monthly and yearly subcriptions to meet the needs of everyone.
Firstly introduced as a small project enabling you to remotely access any desktop from any modern browser, DWService has largely evolved those past two years. It’s been used by professional IT teams who need a simple tool to remotely help their client. We’ve heard of employees using DWService in order to do remote work. Also many people have a home server that they often need to access from a remote computer.
We would like to extend our activities and improve the quality of DWService. For that reason we now offer subscriptions.