About VNC Connect

VNC Connect® is the industry’s most flexible and secure remote access software solution. You can connect to your Windows, macOS, Linux, and Raspberry Pi devices from wherever you are, with our desktop and mobile apps. Intuitive touch controls make it easy to remotely monitor and control your devices even with just your phone or tablet.

VNC Connect features end-to-end encryption for all connections (128-bit AES for Home and Professional subscriptions, up to 256-bit AES for Enterprise subscriptions), multi-factor authentication (2FA), and granular access controls, so you can be sure that your and your company's privacy is protected.

Key benefits of VNC Connect

- Connect with ease via our cloud service to computers running VNC Connect.
- Backup and sync your connections between all your devices by signing in to VNC Viewer on each one.
- A scrolling bar above the virtual keyboard includes advanced keys such as Command/Windows.
- Support for Bluetooth keyboards.

Devices

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Markets

United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, China and 5 others, India, Japan, Germany, Brazil, Mexico

Supported Languages

English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish

Images

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Features

Total features of VNC Connect: 19

  • Access Control
  • Chat
  • Communication Management
  • Customizable Branding
  • File Transfer
  • History Tracking
  • Monitoring
  • Permission Management
  • Remote Access
  • Remote Control
  • Remote File Access
  • Remote Monitoring
  • Remote Update / Installation
  • Role Management
  • Role-Based Permissions
  • Secure Login
  • Single Sign On
  • Third Party Integration
  • Two-Factor Authentication

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Reviews

Overall rating

4,5 /5
(78)
Value for Money
4,6/5
Features
4,3/5
Ease of Use
4,6/5
Customer Support
4,4/5

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Rodrigo T.
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  • Industry: Computer Software
  • Company size: 2-10 Employees
  • Used Other for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 8.0 /10

Great tool for intranet

Reviewed on 2020/05/07

We stopped actively using Real VNC for years, due to cloud limitations, but about 1-2 year ago we...

We stopped actively using Real VNC for years, due to cloud limitations, but about 1-2 year ago we started using it again from the Raspberry PI and some Virtual Mac OS services. For use on the intranet it remains as good as ever: you access the remote computer, manipulate data, screens and functions, quick and easy, which makes it unnecessary to have a monitor connected to the development boards. I currently use TeamViewer, but since I found RealVNC's cloud plans I am seriously considering switching to RealVNC cloud for the next renewal, next year.

Pros

The diversity of VNC servers, the fact that it comes integrated in equipment or operating systems, for example Raspberry PI OS. The fact that you can do many things virtually without spending, or spending zero, depending on what you want to do. The fact that you have a serious business-level tool for when you need it. This brings flexibility in use.

Cons

In general, VNC is not transparent to the firewall, requiring port release and NAT route configuration. In Real VNC you have the option of a cloud plan, which circumvents this limitation, but it is still a little expensive for a micro company with eventual use.

Mudssar A.
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  • Industry: Consumer Electronics
  • Company size: 1 001-5 000 Employees
  • Used Weekly for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 8.0 /10

Remote access for PCs Via VNC

Reviewed on 2020/05/31

Remotely access for PCs do save travelling and incoporate work from home, it saves costs as well...

Remotely access for PCs do save travelling and incoporate work from home, it saves costs as well for travelling and office expenditures.
We set a sperate system to boot a PC via mobile, it was not pre builtin in it.
it is good for IT users to support whereas we also used for our outdoor job peopls aswell from home support to avoid data sharing and other security matters.
Finally it is meeting our expectation with some our additional work.

Pros

VNC connects other computers to perform a task remotely, they can be connected on lan via a local server and also can be configured on internet using VNC's server, So viewer and service both are seprate.
Access between computers can be made with and with out passwors, so its a completely secured to prevent unauthorized access, using OS login crednetials security feature is also optional and secured.
File sharing,chatting, key stroke notification sounds good.
On viewer multi users can be accessed,moniotered and also can be worked on them accordingly.

Cons

High internet speed is required for smooothly work, as now a days dual security check is used in most softwares so it is not available in VNC.
In viewer devices shoud be saved by MAC or IP to access, which is currently not available in VNC, Configuration for boot over LAN is not available in VNC.

David O.
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  • Industry: Medical Devices
  • Company size: 11-50 Employees
  • Used Daily for 1-5 months
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  • Ease of Use
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  • Likelihood to recommend 7.0 /10

Solid Alternative to TeamViewer

Reviewed on 2021/02/01

So far the experience has been good. Our employees have been able to work remotely during the...

So far the experience has been good. Our employees have been able to work remotely during the pandemic.

Pros

VNC Connect is a reliable way to access your computer remotely. While the program is solid in it's own right, we were drawn to this product because of its affordability compared to TeamViewer.

Cons

If we had a criticism, I was that the program is slightly challenging for the the staff to use without receiving guidance from someone with experience.

Julian X.
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  • Industry: Information Technology & Services
  • Company size: 201-500 Employees
  • Used Other for 2+ years
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  • Ease of Use
  • Likelihood to recommend 5.0 /10

Neither good or bad. Just superseeded by competitors.

Reviewed on 2020/01/07

I didn't use the latest versions as I switched to one of its competitors long time ago, but from...

I didn't use the latest versions as I switched to one of its competitors long time ago, but from time to time I try to see what comes up. Although one thing I definitely miss is the possibility to connect to your workstation ( or other workstations )wherever you are, without the need to customize your firewall or block/unlock some stuff around. This is definitely something this software would need to improve.

Pros

If you need a software to remotely control your workstation or servers, this fullfil the purpose quite fine. If you use it internally in a corporation and you do not have any firewall rule that blocks you, this works quite immediately.

Cons

This software lacks the possibility to have an account where you tie all your workstations you want to access. Say you use it in a family and you want to connect to your parents PC, or your brother and sister's one. Well, this makes it complicated as you would need to store this somewhere else. This could be definitely something to be improved.

Christopher R.
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  • Industry: Nonprofit Organization Management
  • Company size: 501-1 000 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Real time troubleshooting gets real results

Reviewed on 2020/11/30

VNC Connect has helped us overcome the hurdles we've encountered as more and more people have been...

VNC Connect has helped us overcome the hurdles we've encountered as more and more people have been remoting from home, more or less blowing up the consistency we strove so hard to achieve within the office with standardized equipment that were all maintained with our one easy-to-deploy image. With VNC, we've been able to better assist with the wide variety of devices people are connecting with from home and have re-achieved some semblance of consistency for our all our users. In addition, our end users have been incredibly greatfull for all the real time assistance we're able to provide.

Pros

I like the ability to join any device, not just a sessions since our agency uses a virtualized desktop resource and many of the problems people report are coming the configuration on the device and not from within their virutalized session.

Cons

Connecting to an end user that is less than tech-savvy can be a bit difficult, especially when they aren't in their expected OS environment. I'm not sure if that's really a fair critique to levy at the program because as soon as you've got the person's IP connecting is totally simple, but it's the only thing I could consider a "con"

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VNC Connect FAQs

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VNC Connect offers the following pricing plans:

  • Starting from: US$3,39/month
  • Pricing model: Subscription
  • Free Trial: Available

VNC Connect offers a free trial for 30 days, after which the software is available across 2 pricing tiers. Pricing scales with functionality, the number of connected devices, and the number of technicians, as follows: Professional: Device Access - $3.39 per month per remote computer Instant Support - $16.99 per month per technician Enterprise: Device Access - $4.59 per month per remote computer Instant Support -$33.49 per month per technician Prices exclude local taxes. All plans are billed annually.

VNC Connect offers the following features:

  • Customizable Branding

VNC Connect has the following typical customers:

Small Business, Large Enterprises, Public Administrations, Non Profit, Freelancers, Mid Size Business

VNC Connect supports the following languages:

English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish

VNC Connect supports the following devices:

Android, iPhone, iPad

VNC Connect integrates with the following applications:

Duo Security

VNC Connect offers the following support options:

Phone Support, FAQs, Knowledge Base, Online Support, Video Tutorials

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