TeamViewer helping big fishes to survive

TeamViewer helping big fishes to survive


As we all know leading a business through these hard times and all coronavirus restrictions is not an easy task. That is why many big companies turned to TeamViewer. With a home office, you still have to be productive and TeamViewer can help you to connect on a remote computer.


TeamViewer also launched a new update 15.5.3.0 which should patch previous bugs and all processes should be smoother now.


Another good news for this company is the involvement of TeamViewer in the cloud marketplace portfolio of Ingram Micro. In this deal, Ingram is going to provide TeamViewer in 15 countries, including Australia and New Zealand, Belgium, Netherlands, Czech Republic, UK, Spain and France, among others. The product may also be available in Brazil, Chile and the US.


Ingram Micro is a large American distributor of information technology products. The company was founded in July 1979 and since then they have expanded their portfolio to about thousands of products and their revenue is US$ 50.8 billion (2018), so it is a really good deal for TeamViewer.


However, as the title said TeamViewer starts massively helping companies. It is the “must-have” tool in the home office workspace, especially if you want to take control of your office computer. Let us quickly introduce TeamViewer in common, it is an application for remote control. That means you can control your computer B with computer A if both have installed TeamViewer. It can also be used if you want to teach someone 1-to-1 and you can easily show him everything.

Another great feature is that TeamViewer is available for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, Chrome OS, iOS, Android, Windows RT and many others, so you can work across multiple platforms.


How TeamViewer helps during the coronavirus pandemic? The answer is a lot, they unveiled TeamViewer Pilot, a free solution for remote assistance for health care organizations. Now clinics from around the world can use interactive video streaming and augmented reality annotations. That helps a lot in the most affected countries because experienced health care workers can help remotely.