Deutsche Welle, an international broadcaster in Germany, announced the use of TeamViewer to support its IT for its global network of correspondents.
Deutsche Welle’s IT team, located in Bonn and Berlin, uses TeamViewer’s Enterprise Connectivity Suite Tensor to securely connect remotely to the laptops and smartphones of their employees operating in around 140 countries around the world.
TeamViewer’s security features include single sign-on, scalable and flexible rights management via conditional access, and end-to-end encryption. In addition, the solution can be seamlessly embedded into Deutsche Welle’s existing IT landscape with integrations into services such as Microsoft Intune and Teams.
“Since our correspondents often process sensitive information, a stable and secure connection via TeamViewer is also particularly important to us,” Thomas Rieger, IT Requirements Management and Coordination at Deutsche Welle, said.
“We have tailored TeamViewer Tensor specifically to the requirements of large companies. The solution can be scaled as required and makes it possible to access devices of all kinds quickly, easily, and securely,” Jan Junker, Executive Vice President Solution Sales & Delivery at TeamViewer, said.
TeamViewer is free of charge for private use. It has around 620,000 subscribers and enables companies to digitalize their business-critical processes through seamless connectivity. TeamViewer’s software has been installed on more than 2.5 billion devices around the world.
The company is headquartered in Goppingen, Germany, and employs around 1,400 people globally. In 2021, TeamViewer achieved billings of EUR 548 million.