Press Release

Lavaltrie, Quebec, June 21, 2012

Devolutions Completes Successful Exhibit at Microsoft TechEd 2012

Devolutions, with More than 200,000 users in Over 75 countries, Completed a Successful Exhibit of its Remote Desktop Manager and Password Vault Manager Solutions at Microsoft’s TechEd 2012 in Orlando on June 11-14

""TechEd was a wonderful opportunity for us to meet Remote Desktop Manager users from around the world""

Devolutions, a Canadian-based enterprise software development firm that specializes in creating elegantly efficient remote desktop and password management solutions, announced today that its recent exhibit at Microsoft TechEd 2012 was a resounding success.

The sold-out event gave Devolutions the opportunity to personally connect, listen to and learn from its community of global users who, along with thousands of other IT experts and professionals, flocked to Orlando on June 11-14.

Key feedback and insight that the company gleaned during the event included:

  • There is a growing demand among the IT community for a Mac and a mobile (smartphone and tablet) version of Remote Desktop Manager and Password Vault Manager. The company has confirmed that this is on the long-term radar.
  • Many people who thought that they had to use Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Connection Manager (a built-in tool that comes with the Windows pack) were pleasantly surprised to learn that Remote Desktop Manager could easily provide them with many new options and possibilities, including the ability to group sessions in folders, share sessions with co-workers, manage credentials and passwords, integrate a wide range of non-Microsoft protocols and tools, and more.
  • Some users who benefit from the free version of Remote Desktop Manager weren’t aware of the features and enhancements available in the Enterprise version, or that licensing for the Enterprise version is so inexpensive and designed to be very affordable for small businesses.

“TechEd was a wonderful opportunity for us to meet Remote Desktop Manager users from around the world,” commented Devolutions’ CEO and founder David Hervieux. “We met some amazing people, including folks from Countersoft, Messageware and VMware, as well as people from Microsoft and reporters from WindowsITPro and Tom’s IT Pro. We also really liked the Mimecast booth, which was right next to ours, and The Code Project, which encouraged attendees to recycle their flyers and brochures. And of course, we would like to thank Microsoft for throwing an awesome closing party at Universal Studios. It was epic, and even though it rained the first hour, we had a lot of fun. The only disappointment for us is that we didn’t see any alligators!”

Pictures of Devolutions’ exploits at TechEd 2012 are available on the company’s Facebook page. Plus, IT administrators, consultants and other professionals who haven’t yet experienced the benefits and advantages of Remote Desktop Manager are invited to download a free 30-day trial here.