VNC has been around for some time now and is a great way to remotely control computers and servers across the internet. Unlike the in-built Remote Desktop (RDP) it’ll let you control a machine interactively and you can even sit and monitor what’s happening on machines. The personal edition of Real VNC is free, so it’s a fairly widespread program.
Touch-screen Windows Mobile users can now download zoomVNC to connect to VNC servers. It features bandwidth saving options, configurable keys, a macro editor, multi-server support, clipboard transfer and much, much more. zoomVNC can be downloaded using a desktop installer file (MSI) using your USB cable or directly with a CAB file. You can grab the trial and then buy it for $19.99.
Link – zoomVNC