With the popularity of home and coworking space working arrangements, along with company BYOD policies, being able to develop Genero applications from any location, and on different devices is becoming a must. Genero Studio has had a client/server development model for a while; however, up until now, this has worked best in a LAN environment. Previously this relied on the client sharing a filesystem on the server, which required a fast and solid network connection between the two to be practical. Technologies such as SMB were not designed to run over the Internet, and doing so can be cumbersome and insecure. Previously, the only work-around for this was to use a remote desktop solution, which could still be slow and impractical, especially when designing forms and reports. This also negates many of the benefits of having a modern workstation with fast processor and high-density display that can make Studio a joy to use. Genero 3.20 introduced a new server synchronisation mode, where code is kept in sync between the local Studio installation and the server. This makes local development much more efficient. Also, by utilising the development licenses on the server, there is no need to worry about licensing individual workstations. This article explores several options to aid setting up a portable, productive and secure remote development environment using Genero 3.20, suitable for using over a WAN.