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Virtualization software vendor Parallels released its latest Remote Application Server product in June, with new features that it believes will make an end user’s workday easier.
Among the features in Remote Application Server version 17 is a session pre-launch that uses machine learning under the covers to capture data about an end user’s habits and which applications they use daily and automatically launch those applications upon booting up.
Ryan Mangan, CTO at Systech IT Solutions, said he’s already seen positive results of the new Remote Application Service offerings. Mangan also said his organization was drawn to Parallels for its ease of use and cost efficiency, something he believes serves the SMB niche.
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