On June 28, 2018, the California Consumer Protection Act of 2018 (CCPA) was signed into law and took effect on January 1, 2020.TeamViewer is committed to CCPA compliance and data privacy. Learn more about TeamViewer and CCPA in this article.
This article is a starting point for people being new to TeamViewer as part of the distancing measrues during the Corona Virus Crisis.
Your Non-profit organization is not just any organization, you are a force for good and you can be proud of all you and your peers are achieving! Read this article to learn more about your options for using TeamViewer in your NGO by applying for ongoing discounts.
Learn more about the TeamViewer Customer Portal (=MCP), where you can get information about your current TeamViewer plan, your invoices, and where you have the possibility to upgrade your current TeamViewer plan.
Learn more about how to remove the TeamViewer application from devices of unauthorized users and block the use of the free version in the corporate network
Learn more about how to keep track of the devices and IP addresses that you have trusted. Learn also how administrators can view all of the company's Trusted Devices and easily remove them in an emergency case.
Learn more about the dialog boxes 'Commercial use suspected' / 'Commercial use detected' and get the link to request the unblocking of your TeamViewer ID: https://www.teamviewer.com/reset
Get early access to TeamViewer versions and learn more about the TeamViewer Insider Builds - the pre-release versions of the TeamViewer full version for Windows, Mac, and Linux!