Monday, July 26, 2010

TeamViewer 5 for Linux released!

TeamViewer extends its multiplatform solution to Linux .

This allows cross-compatibility between Windows, Mac OS, iPhone / iPod Touch and Linux for desktop sharing, remote support and online-presentations.

If you are already familiar with Teamviewer and would like to download it for Linux, use the link below:

TeamViewer for Linux

If you are not familiar with Teamviewer and would like to know more about it, read on...

What is TeamViewer?

TeamViewer is our solution for easy and friendly desktop sharing. You can remote control a partner’s desktop to give online assistance, or you can show your screen to a customer - all without worrying about firewalls, IP addresses and NAT.

  • One solution for everything:
    While most competitors offer different packages for remote support, remote administration, training and sales (and also charge for them...) TeamViewer is the one-stop solution for everything you need: TeamViewer includes all modules in one simple and very affordable package.
  • Remote support without installation:
    With TeamViewer you can remotely control any PC anywhere on the Internet. No installation is required, just run the application on both sides and connect - even through tight firewalls.
  • Remote administration of unattended servers:
    TeamViewer can also be used to control unattended computers and servers. System service installations even allow remote reboot and reconnect.
  • Remote presentation of products, solutions and services:
    TeamViewer allows you to present your desktop to a partner. Share live demos, products, and presentations over the Internet within seconds.
  • File transfer:
    TeamViewer comes with integrated file transfer that allows you to copy files and folders to and from a remote partner - which also works behind firewalls.
  • Works behind firewalls:
    The major difficulties in using remote control software are firewalls and blocked ports, as well as NAT routing for local IP addresses.If you use TeamViewer you don't have to worry about firewalls: TeamViewer will find a route to your partner.
  • Highest security standard:
    TeamViewer is a very secure solution. All versions feature completely secure data channels with key exchange and AES (256 Bit) session encoding, the same security standard used by https/SSL.
  • Browser based access:
    On the road and need to control a remote computer? Why don't you use TeamViewer Web Connector? The purely html and flash based solution can be used from nearly any browser and operating system.
  • Online status display:
    Are your team members in many different locations? Need to present your desktop or collaborate on a document? In the TeamViewer partner list you can see who is available and connect with them in one mouse click.
  • Very competitively priced, free versions available:
    TeamViewer offers great value for low prices. TeamViewer even offers a free version for non-commercial use.
  • Optimized performance:
    Whether you have a LAN or dial-up connection, TeamViewer optimizes display quality and speed depending on your network connection.

Once again, you can download Teamviewer for Linux from:

TeamViewer for Linux

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