With all of the advances in remote access, the IT industry has reached the point where roughly 95% of all network management and support can be performed from afar. From server patching, to helpdesk services, to firmware updates for your firewall, all it takes are some keystrokes from an engineer and you’re golden.
By default, Windows Remote Desktop will only work on your local network. To access Remote Desktop over the Internet, you’ll need to use a VPN or forward ports on your router.
Do you open a lot of windows on your Mac? Do you ever have trouble keeping track of them all? Then you need to know about Mission Control, which shows you all of your currently open windows, then gives you ways to organize them.