Does the term ‘SDK’ evoke images in your mind of a technical wizard creating something powerful, big, complex and geeky? Transforming crazy ideas into real software? It did for me too.
Did you know that May 25th is Geek Pride Day? This day has been around in some form or another for about ten years now and is well on its way to becoming a widely celebrated day of recognition around the world.
When thinking about IT support, many people think of the IT industry as a somehow separate entity, but IT is an integral part of nearly every industry today. As such, TeamViewer is used by companies and institutions from nearly every imaginable sector.
There was a time when the vast majority of people worked from home (or at least in the field nearby). The fact that most people now work at a location away from their place of residence is a comparatively recent development.
Unless you happen to represent the results of a highly successful science experiment, I can say with certainty that we have something in common. We all have a mother.
Did you also just set up Windows 10 in the office, have a Mac laptop at home, run an Apache web server on Linux in your basement, check your email from your work- issued Blackberry, surf the web on your couch with your Android tablet and talk on your iPhone? If so, you’re not alone.
The structure and interactions within the universe, as we know it, are dictated by four fundamental forces. They are the weak and strong nuclear forces, the electromagnetic force, and gravity.
Would you like to turn your emails into real conversations? Wouldn’t it be great if you could just start a chat session with any participant of an email conversation or even set up a video call? Now you can!
Remote support, remote access, and online meeting software that the world relies on – 1 billion installations and 20+ million devices online at any time.