TeamViewer, a provider of secure remote connectivity solutions, announced a comprehensive update of TeamViewer Tensor. In addition to the recently announced Mobile Software Development Kit (SDK), TeamViewer Tensor now offers co-browsing and supports large organizations’ multi-tenancy needs.
The current update of TeamViewer Tensor offers greatly improved possibilities for secure and innovative customer interaction via Mobile SDK and co-browsing with an integrated chat function. Additionally, Tensor supports large corporations in terms of multi-tenancy and remote work. This includes a security screen feature for the remotely controlled device, improved conditional access regulations, and comprehensive reporting and audits for easy handling of compliance regulations
“Mobile apps and websites have always been important channels for our customers to interaction with their customers, and maybe even more so since COVID-19 has required less in-person interaction,” says Alexander Post, director product management at TeamViewer. “Providing dedicated support in an app or while visiting a website is a sensitive issue in terms of privacy. We are pleased that with the Mobile SDK and the co-browsing function we can offer innovative and GDPR-compliant possibilities. Our corporate customers also face the challenge of creating highly available, secure and cost-effective remote work solutions. We are therefore constantly expanding the home office specific features for corporations and with the Security Screen Feature and Conditional Access, we are placing a strong focus on the topic of security.”
Co-browsing With this solution, companies can support their website visitors in technical matters and questions of content or, for example, in the purchasing process by allowing an employee to provide support on request via browser-based screen sharing. This is helpful, for instance, if the chatbot integrated with the system cannot help and website visitors need help with navigation, advice on purchasing or support with technical problems.
Multi-Tenancy (multi-client capability) enables TeamViewer customers to merge previously separate subsidiaries or individual company divisions into one organization while maintaining strict separation of content and access rights. Smaller teams of administrators can thus support a large group of users across the group and, in the form of a central license management system, manage the entire organization’s license and evaluate further requirements using specific license reports.
The integration of the augmented reality-based support solution TeamViewer Pilot enables easy remote support away from pure software problems. With TeamViewer Pilot, users can connect between a PC and a mobile device or between two smartphones and take a joint look through the smartphone camera on-site to assist with complex problems.