I have used a lot of VNC solutions over the years. I used them quite extensively when I was managing a lot of servers in a previous job. Nowadays I use them to access data on my own various machines and administer my one personal server.
Using primarily Macs, I have generally always stuck with Apple’s Remote Desktop. It is a really powerful management tool combined with a solid VNC client. If you have to go outside the network a lot though, this solution becomes cumbersome with port forwarding and so forth. After using the free solutions like the built in Screen Sharing in OS X, and other third party clients like Chicken of the VNC, RealVNC, and Screens, I finally settled on Remotix as the best solution for me.
Remotix built by http://nulana.comCross platform VNC/RDP client.- Apple iOS- Apple Mac OS X- Microsoft Windows- Android
Remotix Cloud- Facilitates peer-to-peer connections.- Some client management.- Easy client setup with Agent helper utility.
I use Remotix on the following machines- iMac- MacBook Air- iPhone- iPad
I use Remotix Agent on the following machines- iMac- Mac Mini Server- MacBook Air- Windows Surface
-=December 22, 2014=-