Ho! Ho! Ho! With the release of TeamViewer 11, the TeamViewer elves have worked around the clock to bring you a sack full of goodies this Christmas. If you’ve been good, what can you expect to find in your stocking this year?
The most peaceful and reflective time of the year is slowly approaching. Where we are supposed to decelerate, and take a few days off to spend time with our loved ones. As an IT admin, what can you do to avoid badly timed tech support calls from interrupting your Christmas?
If you use lynx to browse the World Wide Web, you probably never thought about installing TeamViewer on a headless Linux server. But if you’re more used to the convenience of a graphical user interface, you might have thought about (or dreamed of) administering your servers with TeamViewer.
How many Android devices do you provide support to? How much time would you save if you were able to provide unattended support?
Sometimes what happens in a few minutes can change the course of your whole business. Time matters.
What do your customers think of your IT support? TeamViewer 11 provides you with a simple, fast way to find out. Measure remote support success and show customers you care about them by asking for customer feedback on completed remote support sessions.
Admin’s lives are full of short deadlines and competing priorities. Which is why optimizing processes for Admins to save time is high on our agenda. With TeamViewer 11, Admins have the power to share and re-share shared groups for enormous time savings.
With immense delight, I can announce the launch of TeamViewer 11 Beta. It marks a major step forward – not only for TeamViewer, but also for the entire remote access and online collaboration market.
Remote support, remote access, and online meeting software that the world relies on – 1 billion installations and 20+ million devices online at any time.