The structure of a university often poses difficulties in IT support that differ significantly from those of businesses or large corporations. One such difficulty is the use of various operating systems across the many different faculties and departments.
Perhaps you remember the days when it was common to work with an external hard drive, those cumbersome boxes with an external power source. Having your most important data available when and where you needed it meant packing up the hardware and bringing it along. Today, external hard drives have long since given way to cloud storage.
When people think of TeamViewer the company, it’s only natural that they should think of TeamViewer the software. However, a proper Easter basket contains a whole variety of different eggs.
March 31st is World Backup Day. It is a day that businesses should certainly mark on their calendars, but it might be better to refer to World Backup Day as World Restore Day.
Many computers usually means many users, and those users can lead to a lot of support cases. Instead of running around the office fixing users’ computer problems, admins can comfortably and remotely access the computers via TeamViewer.
Software developers love JIRA. It is by far one of the most popular, web-based issue tracking applications available, and TeamViewer has a plugin available for JIRA.
For a number of years, TeamViewer has visited the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Our Business Development Manager Constantin Falcoianu has always enjoyed attending this event to look for interesting opportunities for collaboration within the hardware and software industries.
TeamViewer’s step-by-step instructions during the installation process and its intuitive interface make it an easy-to-use tool for a broad array of industries, including those well outside of the technology sector.
Remote support, remote access, and online meeting software that the world relies on – 1 billion installations and 20+ million devices online at any time.