Luxembourg, November 12th, 2013 - NoMachine announces the availability of NoMachine 4.0.365 which consolidates the latest improvements and fixes.
This release includes bug fixes for issues affecting both the free NoMachine product and the Enterprise range for Linux, Mac and Windows. It also provides support for automatic software updates. This feature, in Beta stage, is disabled by default and can be turned on from the NoMachine GUI. The full list of fix and improvements is available on the website at https://www.nomachine.com/SU11K00104.
Updates to the following products are available:
- NoMachine for Windows/Mac/Linux
- NoMachine Workstation for Linux
- NoMachine Small Business Server for Linux
- NoMachine Terminal Server for Linux
- NoMachine Enterprise Desktop for Windows/Mac/Linux
- NoMachine Enterprise Server for Windows/Mac/Linux
- NoMachine Portal Server for Windows/Mac/Linux
NoMachine 4 brings the power of the successful Linux NX remote access products to the full range of Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. NoMachine's business-oriented suite is a proven hosted desktop delivery solution that helps organizations of any size consolidate and deliver all their desktops and applications, whether physical, virtual or "in the cloud". With Nomachine 4, companies can leverage their heterogeneous environments, made of Windows, Mac, Linux and Unix workstations all needing the same level of power and flexibility in remote access.
NoMachine wants to revolutionize the way users access all their computing resources across the Internet to make desktop access as easy and widespread as Web browsing. The software's award-winning performance and enterprise-class management tools make it a complete remote access and hosted desktop solution for any organization. Currently there are thousands of NoMachine customers, including many of the Fortune Global 100 and 500 companies. Customers include leading organizations and corporations in all types of industries. Our technology is widely used in government and education, deployed by some of the top government groups and universities around the world.