Teamviewer

TeamViewer 11 Final version released

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.

TeamViewer Launches TeamViewer 11 Beta with QuickSupport SOS button

TeamViewer recently announced the release of TeamViewer 11 Beta, the 11th version of its flagship software. TeamViewer addresses the need for increased functionalities for mobile working and support for the trend of “bring your own device”. TeamViewer 11 provides users with a smart solution, which can be seamlessly integrated into their business environment, for a consistent and efficient user-experience. TeamViewer 11 also comes with a variety of “firsts and easiests” – including unattended access to Android devices, support for Chrome OS and headless Linux servers.

Install TeamViewer 9 in Ubuntu 14.04 64bit

TeamViewer is a Remote control application that allows you to take control of any computer or Mac over the internet within seconds. You can also use TeamViewer for online meetings and collaboration. TeamViewer installation for Ubuntu, Debian comes in 2 packages; a 32-Bit / 64-Bit Multiarch and 64-Bit without Multiarch. As noted in TeamViewer help page on Multiarch support: [box type=”info” icon=”info”]On newer 64-bit DEB-systems with Multiarch-support (Debian 7) teamviewer_linux_x64.deb cannot be installed because the package ia32-libs is not available anymore on these systems.