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 for Mac remote desktop access, 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.
If you wish to have remote access to your Mac computer from any device in the world at any time, TeamViewer can enable you to connect through a web browser alone. To make use of the Mac remote access feature from your mobile, you simply need to install the app on your iOS device first. These connections offer airtight security and guarantee easy remoting to your desired system. Once you are connected, you can access a number of high performance features, such as screen sharing, screen recording, file transfers and VoIP calls. With TeamViewer’s Mac remote desktop connection, users can avoid complicated port forwarding and other configuration issues and bring full performance power to their fingertips.