QNAP Announces Partnership with TeamViewer

QNAP Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking and storage solution innovator, today announced a partnership with TeamViewer–a leading global provider of remote connectivity and workplace digitalization solutions–to provide the TeamViewer application on QNAP NAS. This partnership enables remote management and connectivity to multiple NAS devices from Windows® PCs with an unparalleled level of safety, while increasing IT efficiency and end user productivity.

With TeamViewer integration, NAS administrators can access, manage, and monitor QNAP NAS devices using the Windows® PC TeamViewer client. TeamViewer on QNAP NAS offers a fast and reliable remote access solution with features such as masked IP address and end-to-end 256-bit session encryption to enhance NAS security.

“We are proud that TeamViewer is now available in the QNAP App Center,” said Constantin Falcoianu, Director Business Development at TeamViewer, adding “as we are constantly looking for ways to make maintenance of critical IT-infrastructure like NAS devices easier. TeamViewer has always been the preferred solution for remote connectivity amongst IT- professionals, and our various integrations are a proof for our highly adoptable software.”

“Security is a high-priority aspect of QNAP NAS, and our consistent efforts towards improving accessibility and functionality while ensuring data security have led us to supporting TeamViewer on QNAP NAS. By using TeamViewer, IT teams can remotely monitor and manage their QNAP NAS devices with industry-leading connectivity and data security,” said Aseem Manmualiya, Product Manager of QNAP. “It gives us immense pride to declare that the QNAP and TeamViewer partnership will go a long way towards providing the best user experience for our QNAP NAS users.”

Learn more about the QNAP and TeamViewer partnership at https://www.qnap.com/go/solution/teamviewer/

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