While enthusiasts and gadget junkies scratch their heads wondering what they are going to do with their newly purchased iPad, remote access provider LogMeIn already claims to have the killer app for business users.
In a nice little positive ambush marketing incident on the night before the iPad 2 launches, LogMeIn has provided free pizza and cookies to the Apple Store iQueue, feeding the body as Apple’s iFans await spiritual and mental transdigital enlightenment.
Join.me, an online meeting service from LogMeIn which serves as a more lightweight alternative to traditional services like Cisco’s WebEx or Citrix’s GoToMeeting, is adding a trio of features designed to better support its business users, including the ability to record meetings from web and iPad, share those recordings with others, and maintain an online file store with all the necess
LogMeIn will be shutting down their free remote access service, and will focus more on their subscription service that costs $49/year, LogMeIn Pro The announcement comes at the same time as their newly launched redesigned Android app.
The new app is free to download, and enables users to connect with their Windows or OS X based computers, allowing wireless file transfer between Android devices an
and FAQ about it
1. Q: Why are you making this change?
A: In order to address the evolving needs of our customers, we will be unifying our portfolio of free and premium remote access products into a paid-only offering.