David Hervieux

David Hervieux

David has over 15 years of experience in software development. As President and CEO, David is responsible for Devolutions’ corporate strategy, and for overseeing product development. After establishing Devolutions inc. in 2004 as a software consulting service, David evolved the company’s mission in 2010 to focus on turn-key software solutions. Today, with over 800,000 users in more than 140 countries, Devolutions is a leader in the field. Reflecting on Devolutions’ success, David credits his extensive experience in software architecture, his entrepreneurial spirit, his solid foundation of business intelligence, and a total commitment to satisfying customers. David holds several certifications in the IT field, and earned his Computer Science diploma from the University of Montreal.

Devolutions 2023 Roadmap

Devolutions' annual roadmap outlines our plan for continued industry leadership and innovation in our products during the calendar year. In this article, we reveal our ambitious roadmap for 2023.

Devolutions 2022 Roadmap

At the beginning of each year, we share some of the key milestones that we have planned for our suite of products. Please join us as we travel across the Devolutions 2022 Roadmap.


Devolutions 2021 Roadmap

Hello everyone and Happy New Year! At the start of each year, I have the pleasure of sharing our annual Roadmap. This is our look ahead at the major milestones that we have planned for each of our pro...

Devolutions Road Map 2019

Devolutions 2019 Road Map

It’s the start of a new year here at Devolutions, which means that it’s my privilege to share our 2019 Road Map, which highlights the goals we have planned for the year ahead. Before getting started, ...

Devolutions Road Map 2018

Hello everyone, As Joey pointed out in our annual Year in Review (part 1 and part 2) , while we’re always focused on improvements, innovations and the future, we’re also very big on tradition (you sho...

Smart Resizing and High DPI issues in Remote Desktop Manager

It’s been a while since I’ve posted here, but I thought it was a good time to publish a new blog. I’ve recently been working on two issues — smart resizing and high DPI in Remote Desktop Manager (RDM ...