I am being asked by a client to introduce 'REMOTE DESKTOP' to his small office of <10 users. The lawyers (hold the jokes guys & gals) in this firm want to be able to access their office computers via wireless connections with their laptops while at Court, and other places.
I am a pcAnywhere user and have been for several versions. I think it is a good, stable product and don't want to get away from it if I don't have to.
Could someone, who is quite familiar with Remote Desktop & pcAnywhere give me the PROS/CONS of both to help me make my arguement?
Unless you are so familiar with both and so confident in REMOTE DESKTOP's abilities - then sway me. Please!