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Published on: December 11, 2013 by Irina

TeamViewer®  has announced the launch of TeamViewer9, the updated version of software for remote support of Windows, Mac OS and Linux.

Let’s take a closer look at the new main features of TeamViewer9 which make it outstanding and even more user friendly.

First of all, Wake-on-LAN allows users to turn on remote computers over the Internet from any device whether it’s a desktop, laptop, tablet or smart phone. Thanks to Service Queue IT-support teams are able to manage requests in a more effective way by sharing and assigning them that provides instant customer support. In addition, users gained the ability to join remote support session by entering a unique code without submitting their personal information.

In an updated version of TeamViewer there is an additional layer of security of users’ accounts gained by Two-Factor Authentication. Besides, it gives the possibility to share large files and copy necessary material from any device and paste straight onto a remote desktop in an old-fashioned way - Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V.

A new public API is one more surprise by the developers of TeamViewer9. It has been designed in order to help corporate companies to integrate TeamViewer funcionallity into their own infrastructure. Gladly, API is available for all who have purchased a TeamViewer 9 license.

TeamViewer, Windows, Linux

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Published on: October 30, 2013 by Irina

In mid-October, Microsoft announced that they will be launching applications for remote access on Android, iOS and Mac OS X which allows ordinary users to control Windows Server 2012 R2. These applications are already able for download; users can already remotely connect to server operating systems from different devices. They are available in iOS App Store, Mac App and Google Play.

It’s necessary to mention, that the release of the Software for remote access is not accidental. After Microsoft had bought some assets of HLW Software, the analog program - iTap Remote Desktop developed by HLW Software disappeared from the market.

Microsoft, Windows Server 2012 R2, Mobile, Remote Desktop

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