If you are working in support you have probably heard about TeamViewer or even used it in support sessions. TeamViewer has a strong business side, but can be as useful in a home environment. Say you are the go-to guy or gal when it comes to tech support in your family or among friends, then TeamViewer can be quite useful for support related tasks as well as it is free for personal use.
TeamViewer 8 has been released as a beta version for Windows, Mac and mobile devices (sorry no Linux yet). The new version of TeamViewer ships with a set of new features of which the majority may only be useful for business environments.
The new TeamViewer 8 introduces several promising features of which the majority are most useful to support companies or departments.
TeamViewer in addition has recently has released TeamViewer Touch, a special version of TeamViewer for Microsoft Windows 8. The app can be downloaded directly from the operating system's store.
Have you had a chance to work with TeamViewer 8 yet? If so, what is your opinion of the new version and the features it introduces?
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