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Score 2 out of 100

TeamViewer

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Score 8.4 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

FoxDen (Discontinued)

FoxDen tended to work slightly better for very small video conferences. The audio was typically reliable, so it would be ok to use for audio conferencing. It is definitely not ready for prime time: it cannot handle very large conferences. It didn't seem ready to be used on mobile either. I also think it's better suited for a smaller company.
Lisa Durant | TrustRadius Reviewer

TeamViewer

TeamViewer is well suited for businesses of all sizes if there is no other apparent option available for use. It can be used by IT support to manage tech issues, software trainers to help users learn new products, and even to allow a small user base to access their PCs from home as needed. it is not a good choice to share content or have meetings vs. products like Zoom or Go To Meeting.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Performance & Compatibility of Online Events Software

FoxDen (Discontinued)
3.0
TeamViewer
High quality audio
FoxDen (Discontinued)
5.0
TeamViewer
High quality video
FoxDen (Discontinued)
1.0
TeamViewer
Mobile support
FoxDen (Discontinued)
3.0
TeamViewer

Screen Sharing

FoxDen (Discontinued)
4.0
TeamViewer
Desktop sharing
FoxDen (Discontinued)
4.0
TeamViewer

Online Meetings / Events

FoxDen (Discontinued)
8.0
TeamViewer
Meeting initiation
FoxDen (Discontinued)
8.0
TeamViewer

Online Events Collaboration

FoxDen (Discontinued)
8.0
TeamViewer
Live chat
FoxDen (Discontinued)
8.0
TeamViewer

Remote Administration

FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
8.3
Screen sharing
FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
9.1
File transfer
FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
8.3
Instant message
FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
7.9
Secure remote access with Smart Card authentication
FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
8.1
Access to sleeping/powered-off computers
FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
7.6
Over-the-Internet remote session
FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
9.0
Initiate remote control from mobile
FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
8.3
Remote management of servers & workstations
FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
8.6
Remote Active Directory® management
FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
8.4
Centralized management dashboard
FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
8.0
Session record
FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
8.4
Annotations
FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
8.2
Monitoring and Alerts
FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
8.0
Multi-platform remote control
FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
8.8

Pros

FoxDen (Discontinued)

  • Easy to join meetings
  • Audio is fairly reliable
  • Moderately easy to host meetings
Lisa Durant | TrustRadius Reviewer

TeamViewer

  • Whiteboard feature is super effective when we have to explain a problem or illustrate something to the user (both internal and external).
  • Ability to safely and securely connect with the customer system is a big plus. Since the product has been in existence for a really long time, this makes it easier for us to have customers use them without us having to convince them much
  • One great feature is the ability to drag and drop the files from one computer to another while helping someone solve a problem where we need one particular file, you don’t need to waste the time downloading it to his machine or emailing it over. If you have the file, you can copy it over with few clicks.
Ramprasad Rangachary, PMP® | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

FoxDen (Discontinued)

  • Horrible video quality. It basically never worked, and we stopped using the video feature.
  • Buggy behavior all the time. Dropped calls, loss of screen sharing, rendered unusable most of the time.
  • Poor response by the vendor to issues. The answer was basically "we know it's unusable, and we're trying to figure that out. There's nothing we can do right now."
Lisa Durant | TrustRadius Reviewer

TeamViewer

  • The software lacks many tools to control the versions of documents you work with during each session, either to review them in case you have lost some information in a past version and need to recover it, or to review changes to create comparisons between one version and another one.
  • The service does not handle contacts either, so you generally have to communicate with them from another platform even though it is in TeamViewer where the maintenance will take place and you have to waste more time even if you are urgent to start the work session.
  • TeamViewer does not have a calendar tool that allows you to make notes about the dates on which maintenance will be performed, or at least to record the dates so as not to cause confusion or organizational errors once the dates are approaching and you have forgotten these dates.
Richard Delgado | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

FoxDen (Discontinued)

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

TeamViewer

TeamViewer 9.5
Based on 51 answers
The CEO loves teamviewer and prefers it to logmein so I am sure he will request to renew it when it comes up for renewal. It has proven its worth to the CEO so he will be a lifetime fan of Teamviewer and will always want to keep his subscription active
Andrew Shannon | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

FoxDen (Discontinued)

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

TeamViewer

TeamViewer 8.9
Based on 31 answers
I do not have complaints with the product. In fact, TeamViewer is used by some of our support companies (tech support, accounting, software, etc.), and it performs well. It is simply more product than we needed in our application, and more money than we can justify budgeting.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Reliability and Availability

FoxDen (Discontinued)

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

TeamViewer

TeamViewer 9.0
Based on 5 answers
Always available if setup correctly.
Jackie Ramos | TrustRadius Reviewer

Performance

FoxDen (Discontinued)

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

TeamViewer

TeamViewer 9.0
Based on 5 answers
The application is built on VNC which is a very stable technology.
Mike Robinson | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

FoxDen (Discontinued)

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

TeamViewer

TeamViewer 7.5
Based on 65 answers
The support from the Teamviewer team has always been top notch. Any support ticket that we have submitted has been handled very quickly and with the best possible resolution. We find in most cases, contacting for a support ticket is not even necessary, as the knowledge base is more than adequate.
Clint Freeman | TrustRadius Reviewer

Online Training

FoxDen (Discontinued)

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

TeamViewer

TeamViewer 6.0
Based on 3 answers
I have never used the online training either. I have watched a few informational videos that were helpful when learning how to do a specific procedure within TeamViewer and get the most out of the software by utilizing one of the many features that are available with the software. Again, 5 if for neutral.
Jordan Paquette | TrustRadius Reviewer

Implementation Rating

FoxDen (Discontinued)

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

TeamViewer

TeamViewer 10.0
Based on 13 answers
Implementation was easy enough that it didn't pose any problems. Training was minimal and the system works right out of the box
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

FoxDen (Discontinued)

I believe they selected FoxDen because we use ReadyTalk for voice conferencing and FoxDen represented a cost savings compared to our previous Skype for Business investment. However, in the end, most of our company has abandoned ever using FoxDen and, instead, still uses all of the products listed above (Skype for Business, Google Hangouts, Slack) or just plain ReadyTalk voice conferencing.
Lisa Durant | TrustRadius Reviewer

TeamViewer

All platforms and products are similar and each have their strengths and weaknesses so it is hard to generalize given that everyone's needs are different, but TeamViewer has proven to us to be not only versatile, easy to deploy and have a small foot print but also very secure and that is critical in this day and age. Its cloud console also offers support for setting up monitors for web services and thus we can keep an eye on our server's availability and know when we have to remote in to troubleshoot
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Scalability

FoxDen (Discontinued)

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

TeamViewer

TeamViewer 9.0
Based on 3 answers
Stay up working. Easy to connect and disconnect. easy way to transfer files to another desktop
Jackie Ramos | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

FoxDen (Discontinued)

  • Increased the length of our meetings due to copious amounts of time spent trying to fix the video and screen sharing.
  • Added frustration for everyone who attempted to use it.
  • Ultimately resulted in a lot of money lost on video equipment that everyone stopped using in favor of voice-only conferencing due to the faulty video.
Lisa Durant | TrustRadius Reviewer

TeamViewer

  • Given that I use TeamViewer all day, every day, the ROI is hard to calculate--but the price is incredibly reasonable for what it does. In my opinion, it paid for itself in a week.
  • The business objective behind my use of TeamViewer is simple: the ability to handle all of my day-to-day tasks as if I were sitting at my desk when I am not.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Screenshots

FoxDen (Discontinued)

TeamViewer

Pricing Details

FoxDen (Discontinued)

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

FoxDen (Discontinued) Editions & Modules

Additional Pricing Details

TeamViewer

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Optional

TeamViewer Editions & Modules

Edition
Business$50.901
Premium$102.902
Corporate$206.903
Remote Access$24.904
  1. 1 user, up to 200 managed devices
  2. 50 users, up to 300 managed devices
  3. 200 users, up to 500 managed devices
  4. 1 user, 3 computers
Additional Pricing Details

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

FoxDen (Discontinued)
2.0
TeamViewer
8.3

Likelihood to Renew

FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
9.5

Usability

FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
8.9

Reliability and Availability

FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
9.0

Performance

FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
9.0

Support Rating

FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
7.5

In-Person Training

FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
5.0

Online Training

FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
6.0

Implementation Rating

FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
10.0

Scalability

FoxDen (Discontinued)
TeamViewer
9.0

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