NoMachine has released version 8. This major release brings many new features including the extension of the Cloud Server family to satisfy remote access requirements for organisations ranging from small to very large, a new administration tool that makes remote desktop management easier than ever before and guest desktop sharing that enhances remote collaboration and support scenarios.
NoMachine’s remote desktop software selected by IDG’s InfoWorld editors and reviewers as an exceptional tool for working remotely.
Refined user interface with simplified navigation and connection management. Enhancements to Cloud Server environments with multi-server infrastructures.
The NoMachine 6.6..8 release has many enhancements, the most significant of which is the inclusion of the AVC/H.264 software codec to the free-to-use packages for Windows, Linux, Mac and Raspberry: NoMachine and NoMachine Enterprise Client. From today, with the release of version 6.6.8, H.264 software encoding and decoding is available to everyone using NoMachine software.
NoMachine has announced the release of a major update to its Android and iOS app. The latest version launches the new native mobile interface specifically for smaller displays effectively transforming mobile phones into more powerful computing machines by allowing them to remotely connect to any NoMachine-enabled Mac, Windows, Linux and Raspberry server to stream multi-media files, view and edit documents, provide remote support to friends, transfer files and more.
New Cloud Server converges access to entire desktop and server infrastructure, plus browser-based access available in all Enterprise products
Browser-based access extended to all enterprise products & new Cloud Server family will allow organizations to build a highly scalable & reliable desktop infrastructure
NoMachine has announced the availability of version 5.2.11 with a security update to OpenSSL (CVE-2017-3731) to fix an out-of-bounds read flaw which could be exploited by a remote attacker to crash a 32-bit TLS/SSL server or client using OpenSSL.
NoMachine has added WebRTC support to its Cloud Server product, thus enabling video and audio streaming when connecting to NoMachine desktops using a WebRTC-enabled browser.
NoMachine released it’s first V5 iOS and Android clients in January and has now released updates.