The pcAnywhere group at Symantec is hard at work on the next release of the company's PC remote control software and has opened the beta program to corporate customers. The pcAnywhere 11.0 beta is currently available to small, medium and large businesses, but Symantec may later open the test to individuals.
"The Symantec pcAnywhere team invites you to participate in the Symantec Enterprise Development Alliance Program (EDAP)," reads a notice in the pcAnywhere newsletter. "As an EDAP participant, you will have the opportunity to provide technical feedback during pcAnywhere 11.0 corporate beta cycles. You will be provided information about the project, instructions on obtaining the beta build(s), and a dedicated project email address to submit comments and feedback."
Last January, Symantec publicly tested a beta version of pcAnywhere 10.5.1, designed to take advantage of the new Fast User Switching feature found in Windows XP.
Companies interested in joining the pcAnywhere 11.0 beta may send an e-mail indicating so to email@example.com . The e-mail must contain your name, title, company name, address, and phone number.
News source: Winbeta.org