Several years ago I started looking for a tool to consolidate all the various connections I was making - RDP connections to windows boxes, SSH connections to Linux machines, SQL connections, AWS connections, etc. The most annoying though were the SSH and RDP sessions. If only there were a tool that did both...After reviewing several consolidation tools in the space (RDPMan, Terminals, RoyalTS, and mRemote to name a few); I stumbled across RDM from Devolutions.
It took a little bit to get used to the tool, but as I did, I reveiled a world of connection Nirvana, RDP, SSH, FTP, SCP, and even conditional VPN connectivity! Then I learned of the Add-Ons. You mean that wasn't all? Nope - Add-Ons extended that capability to including reporting via RVTools, ASA Firewall connections, SQL Server connections (including netonly logon capability!), it had just about everything I could imagine!
Best of all, it embeds the same capabilities as Password Vault for managing passwords. Not just for the connections, but for anything - websites, documents, even credit card information. RDM leverages Password Vault to not only be a single point for all your connection needs, but rather being a single source for all your information needs. Okay, okay, that may be a little over the top, but it makes the point on what can be done using this one tool.
As I switched through several jobs, I have a few mainstay tools that I use at EVERY job. Devolutions RDM has been one of them (and, in fact, the only one that is not open source and/or cross platform with Linux....yet). In fact, it has been so useful to me, that I have upgraded from the VERY capable free version to the Full Version using my own money so I will always have that tool regardless of where I work.
Frankly, I can't even count how many hours it has already saved me in the last 3 years since I started using it in earnest. But I can tell you that it WILL save time for ANY IT worker.