Products include free software that allows users to access their computer from any Internet-connected device, as well as products that allow support technicians to connect to and repair computers via the Internet.
LogMeIn was founded in 2003, with headquarters in Woburn, Massachusetts, European headquarters in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Asia Pacific headquarters in Sydney, Australia, and development centers in Budapest and Szeged, Hungary.
LogMeIn supports mobile workers with products like Ignition, 2010’s top grossing 3rd party iPad app in the Apple store. The company continues to empower users with free offerings that facilitate productivity. Its latest is a collaboration tool called join.me, which allows anyone to hold instant online meetings with one-1,000 people from anywhere.