TeamViewer : An effective screen-sharing and file-transfer application
Do you work from the home ? your team works remotely on Internet ? or you provide remotely business assistance and services ? The common answers to your queries is TeamViewer. It is a screen-sharing and file-transfer application that can works fine from firewalls and proxy networks. Students in various colleges can also enjoy it in curing the computer related problems.
Seth Rosenblatt (Senior Associate Editor at CNET Networks) also reviewed this product and explains that
When you log in, you’re given an access code and a password. Sharing those allows your computer to be controlled by the level you set it to: remote support, presentation, file transfer, or VPN. The TeamViewer servers remember which computers you’ve connected to, so reconnecting to previously shared computers happens faster. TeamViewer also has a Web-based version, for remote connecting to home from public computer. Even the installation process is impressive. Users can toggle admin rights, can opt out of running at startup, and can opt into installing the TeamViewer VPN driver for more secure screensharing. Overall, TeamViewer makes screensharing and file-sharing as fluid and unobtrusive as it should be.
Some of the common features of TeamViewer:
- It is very easy to manage remote presentation of any solutions , services and products
- It can remotely administer of unattended servers
- It can integrated file transfer that allows you to copy files and folders from and to a remote person behind firewalls
- It have easy browser based access