Parallels Client, when connected to Parallels Remote Application Server, provides secure access to business applications, virtual desktops, and data from your device.
Using virtualized applications and desktops on Parallels Client is intuitive, fast, and reliable.
Parallels Client helps companies experience the full benefits of desktop and application virtualization by improving desktop manageability, security, and performance.
Parallels Client is designed to allow you to easily connect from your own desktop.
OmniPlan is a user-friendly OS X application that can help you keep track of all the details related to a certain assignment. With OmniPlan, you can create logical, manageable project plans with Gantt charts, schedules, summaries, milestones, and critical paths. One handy feature is that OmniPlan can export projects into file formats that MS Project can
Moneydance keeps track of your finances by allowing you to set up multiple accounts and budgets. Moneydance is a personal finances management application that provides a plethora of useful tools that will help you make educated decisions regarding your money. Moneydance can automatically download transactions and send payments online from hundreds of financial institutions. Overall,
Money presents a powerful, comprehensive, and intuitive system designed to help you keep control of your financial life. With Money’s help you’ll be able to keep an eye in your bank accounts, check your account balances, track spending and income, set budgets and more. The app lets you create as many bank accounts as you
iFax is a powerful, full-featured fax platform. iFax is a small Mac OS X application that allows you to send and receive faxes via your computer, and automatically creates a digital archive for your activity. Note that to use iFax you must register for a fax number and pay sending fees depending on the number
Scrivener is a project management and writing tool for writers of all kinds that stays with you from that first unformed idea all the way through to the first – or even final – draft. One of the features we have to stand out is probably the first one you’ll see when you’ll run it: