Parallels launches Remote Application Server 15 for businesses

Parallels, the company behind the successful virtual machine software of the same name, has launched Remote Application Server 15. With Remote Application Server, businesses can virtualize and access desktops, apps, and data on almost any desktop or mobile device. Version 15 brings an improved user experience, faster setup, and and enhanced security.

Check out the key features of Parallels Remote Application Server 15 below:

Improved User Experience:

  • Redesigned user-friendly HTML5 client improvement uses browser access, enabling end users to copy and paste between applications and change passwords
  • Three intuitive configuration wizards to help IT administrators quickly deploy applications and servers

IT Management Improvements:

  • Fast environment setup with now automated Windows Server® configuration, application publishing and client configuration
  • Live session management on the servers, with administrators now able to schedule server reboot and application access as well as logon control for more effective planned server maintenance
  • Default settings automatically assigned for application and server setup, with administrators able to set the preferred default configuration and change settings to multiple servers at the same time

Publishing Versatility:

  • Wider range of virtual resources now available, offering a seamless publishing experience from URL and intranet services, centralized drives, desktops and applications
  • Chrome OS™ Client updates that support Microsoft RemoteFX® and peripheral redirection to offer a high-end graphics application delivery

Enhanced Security:

  • Windows, Mac® and Linux client configuration policy security with extended administrator capabilities to secure data and application access while preventing illegitimate user access
  • Built-in support for additional security technology, such as SafeNet, DeepNet, RADIUS authentication

A 30-day trail of Remote Application Server 15 is available directly from Parallels. After the trial, a license will cost for $99 per year.

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