TeamViewer supports Zebra Technologies’ Android-based devices
TeamViewer announced its support for Zebra Technologies’ Remote Control Event Injection service for Android-based devices. Administrators and business managers can now access their front-line Zebra devices from within their chosen endpoint management platform, unifying remote access and support efforts while maintaining a high level of security and auditability of access.
“We are excited to offer our industry leading remote connectivity capability to Zebra’s Android-based devices,” says Alfredo Patron, TeamViewer’s Executive Vice President of Business Development. “We support the broadest variety of endpoints possible and organizations can now access, control and support a variety of Zebra devices, minimizing downtime and improving customer satisfaction.”
Zebra empowers those on the front line in retail, healthcare, transportation and logistics, manufacturing and other industries to achieve a performance edge. TeamViewer now supports select Android-based Zebra handheld computers, tablets, wearable and vehicle mounted computers, interactive kiosks and point-of-sale (POS) devices running Zebra Mobility Extensions (Mx) 8.3 or higher.
This new integration with Zebra’s recently introduced application program interface (API) – Remote Control Event Injection service – can be leveraged within most leading Mobile Device Management (MDM), Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) and Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) platforms, including TeamViewer integration partners IBM MaaS360, MobileIron, Microsoft Intune, Sophos, Blackberry, AppTec360 and Boss.