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Established in 2004, Devolutions is a Canadian-based company located near Montreal, Quebec. The firm currently has over 200,000 users in over 100 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 (formerly Remote Desktop Manager Server), and Devolutions Cloud (formerly Remote Desktop Manager Online).

How Can Remote Desktop Manager Help You Become PCI Compliant

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PCI DSS is an acronym for Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. It’s a set of worldwide protection standards developed by major payment card companies, and it’s mandatory for businesses that store, process, or transmit payment card data. Guidance is also provided to software, app and device creators that facilitate payment card transactions. It is […]

Remote Desktop Manager Case Study: VMware Inc.

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“Remote Desktop Manager is my favorite tool and I cannot imagine working without it.” – Anjani Kumar, VMware’s Cloud Implementation and Deployment Engineering Consultant Client Snapshot: VMware VMware, which is a member of the Dell Technologies family of businesses, is a global leader in B2B2C cloud infrastructure and digital workspace technologies. Through its class-leading solutions […]

10 Steps to Secure Open SSH

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Well we might as well call this month our SSH month since we are full throttle on SSH! Following our “Reverse SSH Port Forwarding” and “How to Configure SSH Tunnel on Putty”, we thought it would be good to look at securing Open SSH, since security is RDM’s number one priority! When talking about remote […]

See What’s New in Remote Desktop Manager 12 – On-Demand Webinar

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As you may remember, a few months ago, we released the latest version of Remote Desktop Manager. To answer the various interrogations of our users. We recently run a special webinar answering your RDM 12 questions featuring guest speaker, Microsoft MVP, author & industry analyst, Timothy Warner as well as Max Trottier and Maurice Cote […]

3 Remote Desktop Factors That Contribute to System Administration Chaos

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System administrators live and die by remote connections in order to quickly help users with their problems no matter where they are in the world. On a one-off basis, remote desktop mechanisms seem simple enough to deal with. For a single session, it is just a matter of using the right protocol and having access […]

How to Configure an SSH Tunnel on PuTTY

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Most of you have probably used a tunnel with an SSH connection. What you probably weren’t aware of is that you can use a dynamic tunnel to access all remote infrastructure. Furthermore, you can specify a port and a destination IP to have direct access. This process is achieved through your PuTTY configuration. In this […]

What’s New in Remote Desktop Manager 12 – On-Demand Webinar

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Security around privileged accounts and users is becoming the top priority for many organisations. Driven by the fear of data breaches and the rise of regulatory and compliance mandates, Gartner predicts that by 2020, 75% of large enterprises will utilize privileged access management products, up from less than 40% today. See what’s new in RDM […]

April Poll: What PAM Solution Do You Use & Recommend?

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The beginning of April may be dominated by April Fool’s jokes, but for the poll this month we’re taking a more serious turn, because the topic is network security. Specifically, we’d like to know: what Privileged Access Management (PAM) software do you use and recommend? What’s PAM? PAM is a way for organizations to control […]
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