TeamViewer 11 final recently released, focuses on effective usability through new features that address the need for mobile working functionality. This includes unrivaled performance and efficiency gains that make TeamViewer 11 up to 15 times faster, while considerably cutting back on data usage rates by up to 30 percent.
The new features in TeamViewer 11 follow three significant objectives, to provide the best user experience, support more use cases and be available on more devices. Designed to be more intuitive and easier to use, TeamViewer 11’s improved user interface is a result of feedback from its 200 million strong community and is the latest in user-interface design.
Key features and benefits include:
- First to market with unattended access to Android devices – The significance of Android goes beyond smartphones and tablets. There are increasingly many devices, which rely on Android; such as point of sales (POS), ATMs, public displays, vending machines or wind turbines
- The mass deployment of the Android Host: TeamViewer provides users with the possibility to mass deploy the TeamViewer Host app to all their Android devices using “Design & Deploy” in the Management Console. Especially for customers with many Android devices this new feature is a big time saver and helps in scaling the deployment of the Host app
- First to market with professional remote support solution for Chrome OS – TeamViewer is the first professional remote access solution to support Chrome OS
- Easiest access to headless Linux systems – TeamViewer allows for the easiest connection to headless Linux systems a key differentiator in the telecommunications industry
- See announcement for more info
Install Teamviewer on Ubuntu OS
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gdebi wget http://download.teamviewer.com/download/teamviewer_i386.deb sudo gdebi teamviewer_linux.deb
sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gdebi wget http://download.teamviewer.com/download/teamviewer_i386.deb sudo gdebi teamviewer_linux.deb sudo dpkg --remove-architecture i386
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