"TeamViewer is a full-featured, enterprise-capable remote access and shared-meeting software that runs under all desktop and mobile platforms."
TeamViewer is being downloaded at the rate of 30,000 times per hour, and there are currently 1.5 billion TeamViewer IDs, which is almost 1 in 5 of the worldwide adult population. This is a great illustration of this remote-support platform popularity, which is offered as a free non-commercial version, and paid business-capable version.
This software is developed mainly for IT-related use. It is support, collaboration, and telecommuting solution for desktop computers and mobile devices alike, supporting Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android, iOS, Chrome OS and BlackBerry OS. Except for remote control and online meeting, TeamViewer also features chat, file transfer, remote audio and video, VoIP, and session recording.
TeamViewer successfully manages meetings and presentations, allowing users to communicate interactively and effectively with just a few clicks. When it comes to the business use, the customer base of this platform consists of SMEs, and large enterprises, including Fortune 500 companies. TeamViewer is available in almost all countries, in over 30 languages.
This service is generally used as remote access and shared-meeting app.
Windows, MacOS, Linux, Chrome OS, Android, iOS, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry.
Integrations: Active Directory, Avira, Mobile Iron, Salesforce, Jira, Microsoft Intune, Zendesk, Microsoft Dynamics, ServiceNow, Amazon WorkSpaces, Freshservice, Ninja.
It is commonly used in tandem with Salesforce, Jira, Microsoft Intune, and Zendesk.
Support: FAQs, Community, Knowledge Base, Online Support, Phone Support, Video Tutorials.
Yes, TeamViewer offers multi-user capacity.
Yes, it offers API.
TeamViewer is available in almost all countries, in over 30 languages, for personal and business use.