As you probably know, we recently launched Wayk Den, which is our self-hosted centralized server for Wayk Now. Since the launch, we have received two questions more than any others: “Where can I get Wayk Den?” and “What is the difference between Wayk Now and Wayk Den?”
The answer to the first question is easy: you can get Wayk Den here.
The answer to the second question takes a little explaining. Let’s start by looking at Wayk Now, and then we’ll look at Wayk Den.
About Wayk Now
Wayk Now is a flexible, powerful, easy-to-use, and lightweight remote desktop access solution for individuals, help desks, and technicians. Wayk Now is available in two editions: Free and Enterprise. The Free Edition can be used for both personal and commercial purposes, while the Enterprise Edition is a paid (subscription) version that delivers a more complete feature set, including unattended access, concurrent sessions, and remote execution.
About Wayk Den
Wayk Den enables you to launch all of your Wayk Now remote connections on a centralized server (cloud-based or on-premises), access machines outside of your network, and manage/monitor everything through an easy-to-use web-based dashboard. It’s ideal for IT Pros, SMBs, and Managed Service Providers.
How much does Wayk Den cost? Nothing! It is 100% free for both personal and commercial use. However, using it requires an existing Wayk Now Enterprise subscription. To put it another way: if you want to use Wayk Den, then you need to have Wayk Now Enterprise (not Wayk Now Free).
Note: Due to COVID-19, we are automatically granting customers with private Wayk Den deployments an unlimited number of Wayk Now Enterprise subscriptions to connected clients – completely free – until the end of August (learn more here).
NEW: About Wayk
Now that you are clear on Wayk Now and Wayk Den, please allow me to introduce you to Wayk! Actually, Wayk is not truly new. It is a package of Wayk Now Enterprise + Wayk Den, because they are in fact designed to work together.
Any Questions? Just Ask!
I hope this clears everything up. If not, then don’t hesitate to ask any questions by commenting below, or you can reach our support team directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.