You may (or may not) be aware that we’re currently working very hard on Remote Desktop Manager 8.0, which will launch in a few weeks. There’s plenty of buzz here in the office, as well as throughout the RDM community.
Some of you have experienced and tested the beta version, and your comments so far have been very positive. It’s good to know we’re on the right track! By the way, if you’d like to take version 8.0 out for a test drive, please download the beta version now by clicking the following link:
After you've played around a bit, be sure to tell us what you think by commenting below, posting in the RDM 8.0 thread on our forum
, or sending me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Your feedback is VERY important to us, and we take your views seriously!
Completely new UI
In the coming days, we’ll be sharing more information on RDM 8.0. For now, I can tell you a little bit about the redesigned and enhanced UI that you can look forward to. Inspired by MS-Office suite and from the many suggestions, comments and ideas we’ve received from our amazing community of IT pros, the new RDM interface has been designed to increase productivity and save you even more time. Plus, the new UI can be fully customized for specific needs and tasks, which makes you life even simpler. And don’t worry – for those of you who don’t fall in love with the new UI, you can always use the classic version.
Before I wrap up, I’d like to share a little slideshow that I put together, which takes you on a trip down memory lane to see RDM’s UI history. It starts way back in 2006 and takes you all the way up to the new and soon-to-be-released version 8.0 here in 2012.