Code Rebel Offers iRAPP Support to Invigorate Operations of Mac OS X El Capitan
NEW YORK, NY: Code Rebel has doled out the latest release of iRAPP service with strong alignment of support for increased performance of Mac's newest operating system OS X El Capitan 10.11.11 for both Clients and Servers.
The enterprise software company provides a unique service in developing and licensing the security infrastructure and productivity software. iRAPP, the company’s portfolio product addresses the rising demand for secure accessibility from heterogeneous variety of enterprise devices. It primarily aims at optimizing secure integration between mobile, desktop and server platforms. It also provides full length interoperable security across Apple and Microsoft software and devices.
The ready-to-be-release device will feature full-fledged support from iRAPP client as well as server for Mac v2.8 and Windows v2.8 respectively. It also projects additional support for 'Remote File System'.
The recent Apple release of Mac OS X El Capitan brings forward significant improvement in spotlight search, multi-screen management, metal graphics technology and also reinforces notes app, pinned sites and tab mute for safari. Whereas the latest update offers the OS with stability, compatibility, voice support and an addition of more than 150 new emoji characters with full Unicode 7.0 and 8.0 extention.
The upgraded version facilitates seamless migration over Apple and Microsoft devices and software, with expanded client support to various major organizations.
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