Technical developments in computer hardware and software make it possible to introduce automation into virtually all aspects of human-machine systems. Automation has made Software applications much more efficient to use. This paper proposes that automation can be applied to desktop sharing in which a system can operate automatically anywhere in the world using GSM technology and VIRTUAL LAN concept. The proposed system will be used to make the purpose of data access simpler, keeping in mind the needs of the IT industries. Through this system, automated desktop sharing can be implemented with effective cause. Today's desktop conferencing and groupware software often assume a serial work model in which information (pictures, documents, presentations) are prepared by one person and then disseminated to others for comments, revision, or review. However, many types of collaborative work are much more parallel, with many people viewing, updating, and adding information concurrently across cross-platform display sharing between Mac OS, Windows, and UNIX operating systems. The current EMSL Televiewer prototype supports display sharing of application windows, screen regions, and desktops. This system proposes enhancements to the EMSL Televiewer that will provide collaborative annotations over the display, shared mouse cursors, pointer, high performance data compression, and session recording capabilities. When completed, the EMSL Televiewer will provide researchers and the scientific community a powerful tool that can by itself open up many new avenues for collaboration and will fit well with other tools to provide a comprehensive collaborative environment.