Do you believe in the IT Fairy? No? Then, haven’t you wondered how your company laptop gets to your desk with all that nicely arranged software?
Well, the truth is the IT Fairy doesn’t exist. At companies all around the world, there are IT administrators in charge of keeping all the company computers in tip top shape. They are unsung heroes, really.
So imagine having to install software, such as the Airtame app, on 20+ computers one at a time. It’s such a hassle and an awful time suck, not just for the IT admin, but for everyone involved.
Thankfully, there are useful tools like our Mass Deployment Installer (MSI) to help.
Airtame’s MSI installer lets you install the Airtame software over a server to all the company’s computers wherever they are. You can also push out any software updates so everyone gets the latest version of Airtame with all our sparkly improvements.
Want to get started with the MSI installer? Update your firmware to the latest version (2.2.1), then grab the download link in this article!
Ever been streaming along happily when suddenly your stream got disconnected?
With this new release, if you are disconnected, the Airtame app will automatically try to reconnect your stream.
Auto Reconnect will try to reconnect for 30 seconds.
And if you don’t want to connect the stream again, just click the square “stop” button to cancel the reconnect. To dismiss the notification, click the X.
*Note that if you use an older version of Airtame, Auto Reconnect will not be available with Pin Code Connect enabled, due to compatibility issues.
We feel you. You were in the middle of a presentation when our handy in-app chat function started making bloop noises. Not cool, Airtame. Not cool.
We got rid of the notification sound so you can work in peace.
Aside from the more splashy additions we’ve covered so far, app update 2.4 includes lots of nice fixes and additions.
For example, when you tried to book a call with us, the link took you nowhere. ? This link works now so make sure to try it out and get in touch with us.
Other fixes include:
Fixes aside, we’re working to optimize the streaming component that we call “The Core.” This is the in-between bit that captures the screen and sends it over your network. We already have a dedicated team always working to improve everything from colors, picture clarity, delay, and compatibility, but you can expect bigger developments in the near future.
Ready to update? Of course you are! Go click the green banner in your app.