VNC Connect covers every remote access use case with a single subscription. You don't need to buy, deploy, manage and secure separate products or modules.
A single subscription saves you money and requires less resource to manage.
One product for remote access simplifies business processes and reduces friction.
Less software reduces your attack footprint and supports compliance objectives.
Control at your fingertips. Our software is simple to use, which makes it even easier to deploy to everyone in your organization. There's no bloat, so you're not paying for features you don't need.
Manage remote computers, the people you invite to share remote access with, and their roles and permissions from one central location.
Connect whether remote computer owners are present or not.
During a session, you're not restricted to just interacting with the remote screen.
VNC Connect is built from the ground up with security in mind, to balance the control you need with the privacy that compliance requires.
As the original inventors of VNC technology, we know how to create a responsive screen-sharing experience that's as good as being there.
PC to PC and mobile to PC across Windows, Mac, Linux, Raspberry Pi, iOS and Android.
Our cloud service automatically brokers cloud connections between devices wherever they are.
With an Enterprise subscription, you can deploy VNC Connect in bulk, offline or remotely using your standard enterprise tooling.
VNC Connect is available in French, German, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese as well as English, with more translations on the way.
With an Enterprise subscription, you can create virtual desktops on Linux computers.
Use the mouse, keyboard or touchscreen as though they belong to the remote computer.
Add device access to your subscription, install VNC Connect on all devices you own or manage, and enable access by anyone at any time.
In 2002, AT&T closed their Cambridge, UK research laboratory, formerly the Olivetti Research Laboratory, ending a productive, decade-long collaboration with the world-famous Computing Laboratory at the University of Cambridge. Our founders, the original inventors of VNC®, immediately formed RealVNC® to build upon the enormous popular appeal of screen sharing technology with the open source community, and to leverage the growing commercial appetite for enterprise-class remote access software.
Today, RealVNC® is a multi-award winning company with customers in 160 countries, but we're still proud to be local to Cambridge and part of its unique story.