Take Legacy Applications to the Cloud
Affordable and Secure Publishing
VDI and remote application delivery service
We can help you access your enterprise applications from anywhere and any devices by using the Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS). It is a comprehensive virtual application and desktop delivery solution that allows your employees to use and access enterprise applications while being mobile. If you have already migrated some workload to the cloud, this service will help you cloudify the client-server applications which are difficult to migrate.
No Hardware Upgrades
Don’t upgrade your hardware, publish your apps. If your mission critical application is requiring an upgrade, don’t invest in hardware.
Access the applications from any device and from any location with a web connection. By using a client or a web browser, users will have the ability to access applications which were traditionally served on the desktop.
Leverage the power of the cloud in order to maximise the uptime of applications.
Prevent unauthorized remote access to confidential network information through advanced access control. Organizations can restrict access to sensitive material based on user, Active Directory group, MAC address, IP address, and location. With more granular privilege settings, users are only authorized to access certain levels of data.
Add another layer of security with two-factor authentication. To access the published resources list, IT administrators can require users to authenticate through two-factor or smart card authentication. Parallels RAS integrates with third-party security solutions such as DualShield, SafeNet, RADIUS server, and Azure Multi-Factor Authentication. In addition, the popular and free Google Authenticator TOTP has been added in the list.
Granular Client Policies
Parallels RAS client policies allow admins to secure corporate data by enforcing policies based on a specific user, Active Directory group, or even by the end user’s device. End users may find their control settings within the Parallels Client pre-defined and restricted by the administrator. These settings may include connection, printing, and clipboard settings, just to mention a few.