Remote connection solution company: Everyone comes to the network LogMeIn (LOGM) (2003)

Everyone to the network LogMeIn, Inc. (NASDAQ: LOGM) was founded in 2003, its predecessor was 3am Labs, Inc., changed its current name in March 2006, headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, with 804 full-time employees, is a company Provide companies that provide real-time, remote connection solutions for small and medium enterprises, information technology service providers and consumers.

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LogMeIn is a safe and reliable remote access software based on Web. It has powerful control functions, allowing users to control a PC at home or a PC in the office on any computer with Internet access. The software supports strong 256-bit SSL encryption, double password authentication, and RSA SecureID.

Starting in March 2014, LogMeIn Free will no longer be available. Users can no longer experience the free remote access function. To continue using it, you need to purchase a LogMeIn Pro account subscription. As an old user who has tried before, LogMeIn will provide a preferential trial price, and the subscription package for 2 computers is priced at $49 per year. The new Pro account will include signature remote access with advanced features such as remote printing, file transfer and cloud data access, as well as desktop and mobile applications that enhance the experience.

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