Remote Desktop Manager is a globally-popular remote connection, password, and credential management platform for Sysadmins and IT Pros. A no-cost 30 day trial is available from http://remotedesktopmanager.com/Home/Trial
Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) December 14, 2016
Enterprise software solutions firm Devolutions announced today that it has released a major update of its flagship remote connection management software Remote Desktop Manager (RDM) for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android.
First launched in 2010, Remote Desktop Manager has become one of the world’s most popular platforms for centralizing and securely sharing remote connections, passwords and credentials. It is currently used by more than 300,000 IT professionals in over 130 countries.
Remote Desktop Manager for Windows 12 and Remote Desktop Manager for Mac 4 together have more than 120 improvements, including:
- Role-Based Security
- SQL Server DB Login
- Root Settings
- New Browser Extensions – Devolutions Web Login
- Proxy Tunnels (HTTP, SOCKS4, SOCKS4a, SOCKS5)
In addition, the latest versions of Remote Desktop Manager for Windows and Mac also feature a completely new integrated tool: Devolutions Proxy, that lets users access many Windows remote management features from any platform.
RDM for Windows also now integrates Wayk Now, Devolutions’ new remote support and remote desktop tool that lets users take control of a remote computer, or allow an authorized user to take control of their computer.
Remote Desktop Manager for Android 3 and Remote Desktop Manager for iOS 3 also feature dozens of improvements, including:
- Remote Tools
- Intel AMT
- Devolutions oxy
- Role-Based Security
- SSH Tunnel
“Many of the improvements in Remote Desktop Manager for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android are the result of feedback from our loyal community of users around the world,” commented Devolutions founder and CEO David Hervieux. “This latest update enables higher performance and security features than ever before. Moreover, our mobile apps are now up to par with our desktop versions which truly enhance the user experience and definitely confirms our commitment to delivering a true cross-platform solution.”
Users who have an active Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise license can upgrade to the latest version on both Windows and Mac by visiting https://devolutions.net. Remote Desktop Manager licenses are valid for both clients, and as such users do not need to purchase two licenses if they work in dual (Windows/Mac OS) operating system environments. In addition, to maximize flexibility and minimize cost, licenses are assigned per user instead of per machine.
Remote Desktop Manager for Android 3 is available from Google Play, and Remote Desktop Manager for iOS 3 is available from the App Store. Both apps are available at no cost and can be used locally or connected to a centralized database along with a desktop app.
Prospective users who want to explore Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise can request a 30-day trial by visiting https://remotedesktopmanager.com/Home/Trial. After the trial period expires, users can either purchase an Enterprise license (single, site or global), or downgrade to the Free version and continue using it for as long as they wish.
For more information or media inquiries, contact Maxime Trottier, Marketing Director, at (514) 360-3686 or mtrottier(at)devolutions(dot)net.
Established in 2010, Devolutions is a Canadian-based company located near Montreal, Quebec. The firm currently has over 300,000 users in over 130 countries, and is on a mission to develop innovative enterprise software that helps users cost-effectively, simply and effectively achieve their network management, password management, credentials management and security goals. The firm is also committed to providing exceptional technical support, ensuring an excellent user experience that exceeds expectations, and delivering high performance with superior quality. The firm’s current roster of solutions includes Remote Desktop Manager, Password Vault Manager, Devolutions Server, Wayk Now and Devolutions Cloud.
Learn more at https://devolutions.net
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