Hey everyone,

We hope that you’ve had a chance to explore Remote Desktop Manager for Mac. The product was built using a NATIVE Mac platform, since we know how much you Mac lovers hate flimsy Windows duplicates.

So far, the comments we’ve received has been quite positive, and we appreciate the feedback. What’s more, we’ve already taken some of your ideas and integrated them into the new RDM for Mac 1.1! You can download it right now from: https://mac.remotedesktopmanager.com/Home/Download

New Integration/New Functionality

Here are the two major new features that we’re very excited about:RDM for Mac doc1

1. Document Manager

Do you want to use RDM’s data source as a centralized data repository to store and organize comprehensive information about your customers and/or their machines? Then you’ll love the new Document Manager! Simply use the attachment function to add all kinds of external files.  You can attach different document types such as PDF, Word, Excel and more. This way, you can add:

  • Network diagramdocument 2_RDM for Mac
  • Agreements
  • NDAs
  • Support incident reports
  • FAQs
  • ... and more

2. 1Password Support

Many of you love using 1Password, and for good reason. It’s one of the best password managers available, because it goes beyond simple password storage by integrating directly with your web browser to automatically log you into websites, enter credit card information, fill registration forms, and easily generate strong passwords. And now you can enjoy full 1Password Support in the latest (and greatest) version of RDM for 1passwordMac! The integration of 1Password with Remote Desktop Manager had always worked great until 1Password version 4 came out. The changes in V.4 made the integration with RDM obsolete. We’re now happy to announce that with the release of version 5 of 1Password, we’ve completely created a new integration and it’s now working just like before in RDM.


We want your opinion!

This is just the beginning of what will be many RDM for Mac updates. We never stop innovating here at Devolutions, and finding new and better ways to serve our amazing community of IT pros (a.k.a. YOU). To help us make enhancements and additions, please let us know what you think by commenting below or posting in our forum.  Tell us what you like, and what you’d like to see changed. We’re always listening! Cheers!