Linux users represent an incredibly diverse user base. The reasons and advantages for running Linux are as varied as the multitude of different Linux distributions. Linux doesn’t just appear on the occasional server hidden somewhere in a basement or on a research scientist’s workstation.
Coffee. Coffee is our best friend during the workday, right? It not only helps you stay awake, but also allows you to meet new people every time you visit the “energy station.” You can guess what’s coming next.
I would like to share a recent, major success story with you and share how TeamViewer played a critical role in that success.
TeamViewer recently had the opportunity to sit down and talk with one of our most well-known users about how his organization takes advantage of the TeamViewer software. Although it’s a very busy time of year for him, Santa Claus was kind enough to do an interview from the North Pole with TeamViewer.
Using TeamViewer to provide remote support to friends, family, colleagues and customers is great. Sometimes though, the person receiving the support would prefer that you only be able to observe their screen, rather than have complete remote control. In this situation, the new whiteboard for remote control sessions in TeamViewer 10 comes in handy.
According to a study by airbackup, women handle company data more responsibly than men. But an all-female team can hardly be the solution. So what conclusions can companies draw from this?
Dave is good. Maybe even one of the best. As a supporter his Kung foo is powerful. Inside the Windows registry, it’s like he’s in the Matrix. Where others just see random numbers or unintelligible words, it’s as if he can see the truth of what’s really going on behind the scenes.
TeamViewer 10 marks the tenth anniversary of one of the world’s most popular providers of remote control and online meeting software. In an interview for the corporate blog, Kornelius Brunner, Head of Product Management, puts the history of the company in perspective.
Remote support, remote access, and online meeting software that the world relies on – 1 billion installations and 20+ million devices online at any time.