When it comes to options for establishing a Mac remote desktop connection, Mac-users have two choices: using Apple software or third party software, such as TeamViewer.
There are two Mac options: the Apple Remote Desktop that comes at a cost, or the free screen sharing solution that requires forwarding ports and a VNC to be set up in order to connect with Windows or Linux devices.
TeamViewer, on the other hand, offers an all-in-one solution suitable for both private and commercial use. The private version is free of charge, while the paid-for business version offers a comprehensive solution and committed assistance for all your business’s remote access needs.
TeamViewer includes features such as online meeting and collaboration tools, security and monitoring functions, and secure unattended access.