Publish screen shots continiously to IOS, Android and local workstations.

One workstation constantly maintains a screen with current live statistics.  Looking for method to publish this screen so Android, IOS and local workstations can view it.  Devices need to be updated once a minute.  Workstation run Windows7.
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Aaron TomoskyDirector of Solutions ConsultingCommented:
Local network or over the Internet? Vnc, team viewer, logmein. If you want to stream vlc will stream out the screen all sorts of ways.
marsiliesCommented:
Streaming via VLC is one way, here's a link with instructions:
http://www.howtogeek.com/120202/how-to-record-your-desktop-to-a-file-or-stream-it-over-the-internet-with-vlc/


However, if the screen on the workstation is mostly static, and only changes occasionally, you could use a screen capture tool to automatically screenshot the workstation every minute, then upload via FTP to a website that has a page that refreshes every minute as well.

ShareX should be able to handle the automatic sreenshots and uploading:
https://getsharex.com/

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serialbandCommented:
Install zabbix server either poll the systems or install the zabbix client on your remote systems and you can just visit your zabbix web interface from any browser.  That's probably much less network resource intensive than streaming a screen.  What sort of statistics are you showing?
BillATantAuthor Commented:
I gave more points for the answer with links and a second possible solution.
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