IT pros and teams across the world who are looking for a convenient all-in-one platform to centralize and manage all of their remote connections, credentials and passwords, can now download the new 9.0 beta version of Devolutions’ Remote Desktop Manager (RDM). Trusted by more than 200,000 users in over 95 countries, Remote Desktop Manager 9.0 beta now features several improvements and enhancements, including:
- Session default values
- A “My Personal Credentials” option
- Private connections list per user
- The ability to re-open the last data source on start-up
- A play list for organizing or opening a group
- Offline mode with read/write support
- A “to-do” management portal
- Intelligent cache to optimize large data source loading
- Improved document management
- Improved contact management
- Native integration of 1Password and LastPass
A complete change history, along with the latest news about Remote Desktop Manager 9.0 beta and a forum thread for sending feedback to Devolutions’ Software Engineers is available online.
“Remote Desktop Manager 9.0 is our biggest release in 2013 and includes a number of features that were put forth by our incredible community of IT pros,” commented Devolutions’ founder and CEO David Hervieux. “In particular, we think they’ll be pleased with by the increased the overall performance of RDM thanks to the new intelligent cache optimization, and the ability to modify and edit connections and credentials while offline – which is a huge benefit for IT pros and teams who work offsite. We’re always listening to our community, and finding new and better ways to help them simplify their lives, and do more with less.”
New users are welcome to try the class-leading tool at no-cost for 30 days, after which they will have the option to continue using the Enterprise Edition for a nominal fee, or downgrade to the Standard Edition at no-cost.