Parallels Remote Application Server provides a way to deliver Windows applications and desktops to employees using any devices.
The company said Parallels Remote Application Server has the lowest licensing costs for this type of product, and it includes load-balancing and provides for easy migration from competing servers.
Changes in version 15 include UI enhancements such as simplified user enrolment and wizards for application maintenance and new server setups.
Security enhancements include Windows, Mac and Linux client configuration policy security with extended administrator capabilities to secure data and application access while preventing illegitimate user access, and support for security technologies including SafeNet, DeepNet and Radius.
Version 15 handles a wider range of virtual resources, including URL and intranet services, centralised drives, desktops and applications.
End users haven't been forgotten. The new release also features a redesigned user-friendly HTML5 client, allowing them to copy and paste between applications and change passwords.
And the updated Chrome OS client supports Microsoft RemoteFX and peripheral redirection to allow the use of high-end graphics applications.
"Parallels Remote Application Server v15 offers the easiest desktop and application delivery solution for corporate IT departments, ISVs and MSPs," said Parallels president Jack Zubarev.
"Reducing complexity and costs from the delivery of any applications to employees on any devices was our goal for this v15 release."
Concurrent user licences for Parallels Remote Application Server v15 each cost $124.95 a year. A with 50 concurrent user licenses is available.