I work as a software-consultant. My current customer is located 3.5 hours away by train so I often work remotely from the local office of my company.
Acessing my customer's systems is done through a "jump-host" which is a computer on their network I have been granted Remote Desktop access to, from there I can then remote desktop again into my development machine.
It works all-right, but far from "native"-experience, which I miss. Train rides do have internet, but often poor connection and speed.
Also switching between remote desktops from within the "jump-host" is a pain, as I'm just using Windows Remote Desktop client. It also poses other difficulties as using multiple monitors etc.
Does anyone have some ideas to improve the experience?