Parallels Desktop for Mac Enterprise Edition is built upon the world’s best desktop virtualization solution, and it adds centralized administration and management capabilities to keep IT in control of virtual machines.
See the benefits of the Enterprise Edition
The unified activation key eliminates manual management of individual keys.
Deploy your corporate image to users and keep administration with the IT team.
Set-up restricted virtual machines.
Set expiration dates, block USB drive from removing corporate data.
Business-level support including 24/7 phone and email support options.
Happy end users means happy IT team!
If your company uses Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) to manage PCs, you can easily extend it to manage your Macs, Parallels Desktop Enterprise Edition and your approved corporate Windows image. Learn More
Parallels Desktop for Mac Enterprise Edition
Parallels Desktop 10
|World’s most powerful, best-performing solution for running Windows applications on a Mac|
|Full support for OS X 10.9 Mavericks, 10.10 Yosemite and Windows 8.1|
|Coherence view mode allows to run Windows applications on a Mac, just like if they were native Mac applications|
|In-product downloads of security and anti-virus trial software for Windows and Mac|
|Licensing and Support|
|License management via Licensing Portal (coming Fall 2014)|
|Simple deployment with unified volume license key|
|Business class support with 24/7 priority phone and email access|
|Annual subscription includes free upgrades|
|Customizable in-product “Request Support” option|
|Removed in-product notifications and third-party offerings|
|Configurable software update policy and local update server options|
|Restrict end-users from changing virtual machine settings|
|Restrict end-users from creating new virtual machines|
|Create expiring virtual machines|
|Enforce USB device policies|
|Configurable policies via SCCM and Parallels Mac Management|
|Run virtual machines in “head-less” mode|
|Support for mass-deployment of virtual machines|
|Ability to assign Asset ID to a virtual machine BIOS|
|NetBoot and FileVault 2 support in Mac X OS virtual machines|
|Configurable boot delay for a virtual machine|
|Customizable Parallels Control Center user interface|