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End-to-end-capged video conferencing: teamviewer meeting now for free

End-to-end-capged video conferencing: TeamViewer Meeting now for free

Teamviewer meeting is now available in the teamviewer client and compatible with a stand-alone version. End-to-end-capged (e2ee) video conferencing are thus free of charge for all users, both on the desktop and mobile. Originally braid the in-house conference service blizz, now the name was also adjusted.

"Due to the global need for more reliable, safer, digital communication and online conference functions, we want to provide every teamviewer user a easy-to-use meeting solution directly in his teamviewer client", says christoph schneider, director of product management at teamviewer.

5, 10 or 300 participants in the meeting

For the functions of teamviewer meeting instant conferences directly from the contact list, for paying customers, there are the possibility to lock ongoing meetings to prevent unwanted guests, password protection for conferences, the outlook integration for appointments and a recording function. It is also a telephone dial-up possible, but then, of course, no e2ee is more likely. However, the hosts can reject such a dial-up from the outset so that the closure is ensured. The conferences run with hd video quality and 4k multimonitor screensharing, explaining teamviewer.

Up to five participants can participate in users of the free version, with subscribers there are ten participants. But there are also paid packages, which can be used to expand up to 50, 100 or 300. These can be booked on a monthly basis or for a whole year.

Teamviewer had introduced blizz 2017, the service should focus on smaller and medium-sized enterprises. The underlying technique is an in-house development and is not based on an open standard such as webrtc.

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