Enables you to control computers remotely over the network, even if firewalls are in place. The other side only has to start ShowMyPC as well and you can then use an automatically generated password to access the desktop remotely.
A program designed to be used in schools to enable teachers to monitor and control PCs in a classroom. The teacher can also display their own or a student's desktop onto another screen for demonstration purposes. Fast and secure download from The H
Allows remote access to Android devices via a web browser. Includes ability to sync files between smartphones and computers, write, receive and read text messages, and install and uninstall apps on the mobile device.
Provides network administrators with a complete open-source-based thin client solution. Includes Java-based server system, client operating system and administrative program. Fast and secure download from The H
Turns Windows XP, SBS 2003, Vista and Windows Server 2008 (without TS Role) into a full-blown terminal server with an unlimited number of connections using Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). Features include a compatibility mode for older applications without Terminal Server support and a transparent forwarder for USB devices connected to the client.
Simplified Telnet replacement used to execute processes on other systems via a LAN. Full interactivity for console applications is provided even without client software. Features interactive prompts on remote systems and tools for remote activation, such as ipconfig, which would otherwise not be able to deliver information to remote systems.
Allows remote control over any network, transports files and enables text chat, which can also be encrypted. Three versions are available: Free (version 4.1 doesn’t support Vista or Mac), Personal (only for Windows) and Enterprise. A detailed version comparison chart can be found here.
Replaces rlogin and telnet with the ssh program, replaces RCP with scp and ftp with sftp. Also contains the sshd server and other tools such as ssh-add, ssh-agent, ssh-keysign, ssh-keyscan, ssh-keygen and sftp- server.
Server client software for accessing the GUI, mouse and keyboard of a remote computer. Includes data stream encryption and file transfer functions, and enables chat between clients. Also has a Java Viewer for remote access via a browser.
Manages remote connections and supports Microsoft Remote Desktop, Microsoft Terminal Services and Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). Comes with an integrated search filter and can be accessed from an icon in the taskbar.
Manages several remote desktop connections in a network. The user simply needs to double-click in order for a connection to be established; supports centralized connection management and 256-bit AES encryption and is plug-in extensible; also supports connection to, for example, Dropbox and SkyDrive. A version of iOS Royal TSX available for Mac OS X is also under development.
Remote desktop system that can be installed on a Unix server to allow simultaneous access to the server by up to two users. The encrypted connection is set up via an SSH server. Client versions are available for Windows, Linux, Mac and Solaris. An extended server variant is also available.