If you need to access a desktop or server computer from your Android device, you may be interested in news that TeamViewer has launched a beta version of TeamViewer 9, the next version of their remote control and online meeting software. This latest version includes a Wake-on-LAN function giving users the ability to turn on remote computers over the internet. To help IT support teams, the new version also includes a feature called Service Queue that gives users the ability to manage, share and assign support requests. The ability to join a remote support session using a unique session code has also been added to the application.
Along with the launch of the new beta, the TeamViewer team also announced the launch of its public API that will let companies build in support to their existing infrastructure and applications in a more integrated manner.
TeamViewer has versions available for Windows, Mac and Linux systems, though the specific features may vary slightly by platform. An Android app is available in the Google Play store that will enable users to access their desktop system using their Android device. Check out the full press release after the break, including information on how to download the beta of TeamViewer 9. » Read the rest