A Straightforward Remote Working Solution

  • Access work files, applications and desktops from anywhere, on any device.
  • Secure corporate data and adhere to compliance guidelines.
  • Deploy and manage seamlessly, and within your budget constraints.

View Some of Our Use Cases

Employees can enjoy a local workspace-like experience using smartphones. Parallels RAS enables native touch gestures—such as swipe, drag, tap to click and, zoom-in—with any Windows application, making it easy to complete workloads. Moreover, With Samsung DeX, your mobile device can be transformed into a fully-fledged workstation.


Parallels RAS allows employees with Chromebooks to access Windows line-of-business (LOB) applications, desktops, and data seamlessly over any network—allowing them to work on the go - while at the same time improving security and reducing endpoint management and maintenance costs.


Whether your employees continue to work from home or return to the office gradually, Parallels RAS provides flexible and secure access to work files and applications. Employees can switch between different devices and pick up from where they left off. An employee could start working from home on a tablet, continue working on public transport to the office, and then carry on, on their work laptop or desktop. It’s possible to work on the go without losing any progress.


No matter what device is used, including tablets and smartphones, Parallels RAS provides simplified secure access to the digital workspaces required. Deploying Parallels RAS reduces the risk of data loss and malicious activity by using policies that limit access based on user, group permissions, locations and devices. In addition, Parallels RAS supports FIPS 140-2 encryption and multifactor authentication (MFA).


Desktops and applications can also be published from a remote PC. Parallels RAS can convert any Windows workstation, physical or virtual, on your infrastructure to a Remote PC without any additional hardware or licensing requirements. Organizations can switch from a typical office infrastructure style to either a completely remote work environment, or a hybrid – both from the office and remotely.


Not everyone working from home has access to a work laptop or tower, but instead, they have to use personal devices such as tablets and phones. For those working from home on their smartphones and tablets, Parallels RAS supports external mouse and keyboard integration, allowing employees to work as productively as if they were using a regular desktop computer.


What Is Telework? What Does Remote Job Mean?

Teleworking (or telecommuting) involves using information technology and telecommunications to work remotely. Employees may use various applications and tools to work and communicate from home or any other location.

With a remote job, you may:

Work from home

Working from home is still arguably the most popular way of conducting remote work, as it’s much cheaper than any of the other options.

Work in coffee shops

People who have too many distractions at home or want a change of scenery usually go to coffee shops.

Work in coworking spaces

Coworking spaces usually offer membership packages with special privileges for members, like ‘hot desks’, dedicated desks, or even private offices.

Digital nomadic lifestyle

Digital nomads are remote workers who wander to another city or country, work from there, and then move on after a few weeks or months.

Remote Working Tips

Traditional office environments are making way for work-from-home and remote environments. How can you help your employees make the shift to remote working?


When working remotely, it's important to continue communicating with your team and manager. These days there are numerous tools to utilize for video conferencing and calling. For example, Skype and ClearSlide are useful—not only to lessen social isolation, but prove beneficial for 'checking in' with colleagues. It's essential to connect weekly to chat about goals, future projects, and daily tasks. Don't forget to chat about your progress and workload to your manger.

Take time for yourself

While remote working provides the flexibility to work your own hours, it’s possible to find yourself getting stuck in front of the computer screen without taking regular breaks. Remember to eat nutritious food and commit to any exercise regimes you have, whether it be going to the gym or for a walk to clear your mind. With increased flexibility, you may create a healthy work-life balance, which will in turn enable you to be focused and productive when you need to be.

Create your workspace

To be able to concentrate on the tasks you need to deliver when working remotely, it’s imperative to find a workspace where you feel comfortable to focus—whether that be a co-working office, a local coffee shop, or a space at home. Wherever the location, make sure it’s somewhere that motivates and inspires you to work to the best of your ability.

Remember to "log off"

With the world becoming increasingly connected through email, social media, and messaging apps, it’s initially challenging to ‘log off’ from all notifications at specific times. For example, if you are working in a different time zone with your co-workers, it’s important to set a time to log off for the night. It’s not a good idea to set a standard that you’re available 24/7—be sure only to work when you’re most productive.

Remote Management

Business leaders need to apply good workforce management for remote working initiatives to succeed and for employees to remain productive.

1. Treat remote employees as local

One of the most common mistakes managers make with their remote workforce is giving them less attention than those who are working on site. There are several technological advancements you can leverage to engage remote workers, such as video conferencing software, file sharing solutions and remote workforce management tools.

2. Use video conferencing when possible

Email, text, and instant messaging apps can help a lot in maintaining an open line with remote workers. But they’re not enough. In order to add a more personal touch, make a point to communicate through video conferencing as well. Speaking with employees face to face (even virtually) will prevent them from feeling isolated. It also puts you in a better position to read visual cues and reduce miscommunications.

3. Add multiple people to calls

When engaging in video conferences, don’t limit yourself to one-on-one engagements. While certain situations may call for one-on-one sessions, it’s important to instill teamwork and foster camaraderie. That can only be achieved if you create the environment for it.

4. Provide access to tools employees need

More often than not, your remote workforce will need access to the same tools they use while onsite. That includes peripherals, especially printers. Telecommuters will want those tools to enable them to work quickly and efficiently. That means they won’t like applications that lag or crash unexpectedly.

5. Monitor the workload of your employees

Remote work does not necessarily equate to less stress. On the contrary, there are remote workers who end up getting overloaded. These are the people who either receive a deluge of assignments from bosses who believe they’re available 24/7 or take advantage of the fact that these hard-working folks don’t know how to “unplug.”