|Parallels Remote Application Server v15.5 Administrator’s Guide|
|Parallels Remote Application Server v15.5 Licensing Guide|
|Parallels Remote Application Server v15.5 Service Provider License Agreement Guide|
|Parallels Remote Application Server v15.5 Solutions Guide|
|Parallels Remote Application Server v15 Universal Printing Best Practices|
|Parallels Remote Application Server Reference Architecture for Azure|
|Parallels Client for Linux Client User's Guide|
|Parallels Client for Mac Client User’s Guide|
|Parallels Client for Windows Client User’s Guide|
|Parallels Client for Android Client User's Guide|
|Parallels Client for iOS Client User's Guide|
|Parallels Client for Windows Phone User's Guide|
|Parallels Client for Chrome App Client User's Guide|
This article will explain how Parallels Remote Application Server can easily act as a business’s desktop and application delivery solution, offering the same qualities as other leading solutions such as Citrix XenApp, but at an entirely different and affordable price. As a result, companies who opt to use Parallels Remote Application Server could save up to 60%, while gaining added flexibility and maneuverability for their devices.
End of Life
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 End of Life
With Windows Server 2003 reaching its end of life, businesses faced a challenge: spend money and time on switching to a newer version of Windows Server, with all the haste that accompanies bad decision-making, or fail. This paper shows how Parallels Remote Application Server offered another solution by supporting enterprises through the transitioning process.
Parallels RAS: Perfect Integration with IGEL Technology
This article outlines some of the exciting benefits of the Parallels Remote Application Server partnership with leading thin client manufacturer IGEL Technology, and explains how embracing this partnership could lead businesses to an even more efficient and cost-effective server solution.
November 18, 2015
Chose Parallels Remote Application Server over Citrix to overcome licensing issues related to it (Citrix). This move resulted in a significant increase of ROI for the company.
January 18, 2016
Badcock chose Parallels Remote Application Server to create a remote network infrastructure that delivers desktops and applications to a range of devices based on group policies from terminal servers, which promoted easy management of the entire infrastructure from a centralized dashboard.
April 7, 2015
“I like the simple, straightforward way Parallels performs the functions it’s designed to perform.” David Walker, Director of Technology, Telfair
June 26, 2015
Hyper-V functionality has been significantly improved and Windows RDS services provide more efficiency to business networks.
August 24, 2015
While a simplified management system and reliable performance were an added benefit, reduced licensing cost has been the biggest coup for the company.
April 8, 2015
Very often, the solutions on the market do not offer complete coverage for the different operating systems available.
January 12, 2016
For successful completion of this guide, one of the steps is to publish resources from a Remote Desktop Server. As a result, Terminal Services (for Windows Server 2003) or RDS Services (for Windows Server 2008 and following releases) with available TS/ RDS CALs is required.
January 12, 2016
For successful completion of this guide, one of the steps is to publish resources from a Remote Desktop Server. As a result, a server running Windows 2003 with terminal services or 2008+ using RDS services with available RDS CALs is required.
January 12, 2016
This guide provides a quick look at how to configure the Parallels Remote Application Server Web Portal following a successful installation.
January 21, 2016
The Client Manager feature allows the administrator to convert Windows devices running Windows XP up to Windows 10 into a Thin-Client-like OS.