“Remote desktop software.” That’s how the world knows it. A helping hand for computer fraternity and a competent tool for tech support providers. Well, it’s bringing technology consumers and experts at one platform for mutual benefits. Remember, that experts can be your family members, friends or computer professionals. Today, there is no dearth of vendors that offer remote desktop software or remote-screen sharing tools, and TeamViewer is one of them. The person sitting on the other hand can walk you through troubleshooting steps or can perform it on your behalf to make your system error-free.
TeamViewer is free for all non-commercial purposes. Businesses can go with the paid one and can stay relaxed for lifetime, as there is no monthly or annual fees. Isn’t it interesting to get your software updated free of cost? Besides the basic support tool, it can be used for a wide range of tasks, including online meetings, presentations, training sessions and team work. Consumers receiving support or invitation from a business are not required to make any payment for getting the software installed on their devices. Thus, with a single license, a business can serve multiple users.
Skeptical about its quality, security and service? Certification by independent testing vendors like “Bundesverband der IT-Sachverständigen und Gutachter e.V” is enough to knock it down. In addition the software holds ISO 9001:2008 Quality Certification, and approval from FIDUCIA, an operator of data processing centers for around 800 German banks. AES (256 Bit) session encryption protects users’ data during the live session. Suspicious about any back spoofing, after the end of the remote session. Give the thought a dump, as TeamViewer generates a session password for every remote session, hence, none can intrude into your system once it has been terminated. All previous codes become invalid.
However, the liability of any loss to your system or data is on you, in case, you allowed any unknown person or vendor to access your system using the software. Techvedic, being an independent service provider, recommends you to read the terms and conditions of the software in discourse before finally giving it a go.
Date: October 6, 2014