Optional communication between devices

Most programs are written exclusively for local use and do not feature the option of connecting multiple devices. For example, let us imagine a situation where your smartphone and desktop computer are connected to your home network. If you start playing music from the computer using the speakers connected to it, there is no easy way to change the track using the smartphone while sitting on the sofa, except with clunky solutions like using a remote desktop. This seems even stranger if we consider the fact that most smartphones have track-changing software installed, but it can only be used locally. The task of playing music from a smartphone through the speakers connected to a desktop computer is even more difficult. You will need specialized software for audio transmission, which will be of no use if you need to transfer documents or video streams between devices. In order to check an email sent to your work email address and available on your computer, you will need to establish a separate connection to the corporate mailbox from your smartphone, which may be undesirable both for security reasons and in terms of traffic optimization.

Consider this from a wider perspective. In the context of a certain environment (for example, a residential building), it could be convenient for the user to switch tasks between devices and work with them (create and edit documents, browse the internet, view media, etc.) from any location However, this problem has not been solved yet. Partial solutions usually involve installing special programs that support some kind of integration rather than offering integration of all existing software. Obviously, such a special environment will never be able to support all functions of all software.

In Sivelkiria, the user’s ability to work with programs running on one device and data located on another can only be restricted by access rights. Programs are developed regardless of the data they work with; this allows any audio player to change tracks played both locally and over the network and manage the music played by all devices available in the room where the speakers are located. You can view emails on your work computer directly from your smartphone, without creating any additional connections. As a result, a lost phone won’t allow a stranger access to your corporate mailbox even if it is hacked because it’s  the desktop computer that grants access.