TeamViewer extends remote support capabilities for IT departments,
including Wake-on-LAN and Service Queue
New public API allows developers to collaborate with TeamViewer
software using their own infrastructure
Two-Factor Authentication – adds additional protection of
TeamViewer user accounts by allowing users to retrieve an optional
secondary code with their mobile device and a standard authenticator
Easy File Sharing – ability to share files of any size without
having to start a traditional remote access session. Faster than email
and can transfer files cross-platform.
Universal Clipboard – gives users the ability to copy files
from their device and paste directly onto a remote desktop simply by
using Copy & Paste (Ctrl+c / Ctrl+v).
Notifications – a friendly notification pop-up window located
in the Computers & Contacts list that gathers all TeamViewer system
notifications including ITbrain™ alerts in one place for easy
Custom Branding – Businesses can customize the TeamViewer
modules QuickSupport, QuickJoin and Host one time without the need to
repeat after a software update. A unique customizable link guides
supported users to the current version of a module stored within the
TeamViewer Management Console, where the module can be shared and
customized within a support team.
TAMPA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
TeamViewer, one of the world’s most popular providers of remote control
and online meeting software, today announced the launch of TeamViewer 9
beta. The beta version of TeamViewer’s latest software includes Wake-on-LAN
which allows users to turn on remote computers over the internet from
their current device whether using a desktop, laptop, tablet or
smartphone. Additionally, TeamViewer 9 includes Service Queue. This
feature provides IT support teams with the ability to manage, share and
assign support requests for instant support. Users can now also join
remote support sessions simply by using a unique session code without
the need to exchange an ID and password.
TeamViewer 9 beta introduces a variety of other new features including:
With the announcement of TeamViewer 9 beta the company is also launching
its public API which allows companies to integrate the TeamViewer
software even further into their existing infrastructure. Designed
specifically for developers who want flexibility for their applications,
the TeamViewer API is available for free to users with a TeamViewer 9
license. The TeamViewer API consists of two features:
Reporting API – a language-neutral and power REST API to
retrieve report data from the TeamViewer Management Console, saving
time by automating complex reporting tasks and integrating TeamViewer
data with existing business data for deeper insights.
User Management API – allows organizations to minimize
disruption by synchronizing user data between the company’s existing
user management system and TeamViewer. This allows developers to write
applications to manage TeamViewer user accounts in a company profile
as well as migrate from and integrate with existing IT infrastructure.