Tag: logmein

BlackBerry Storm desktop remote control Beta registration


Ignition for BlackBerry Storm

The ability to access and control a computer from a BlackBerry Storm is coming soon from LogMeIn. LogMeIn Ignition for the BlackBerry Storm will allow users to access their Internet-connected Windows- and Mac-based computers from virtually anywhere.

Key features planned for LogMeIn Ignition include:

Remote control
Users can access files and programs on any remote Internet-connected computer.

Saved passwords
Remember multiple passwords or access codes without compromising security.

“My Computers” List
See all of the available connected computers in your LogMeIn account, as well as their online/offline status.

Sign up to learn more and be notified of when the LogMeIn Ignition beta is available.


Rescue+Mobile now available for BlackBerry


We first gave you a sneak peak of Rescue+Mobile at CTIA in September, LogMeIn’s remote support tool for mobile platforms. LogMeIn has now announced that Rescue+Mobile is now available for BlackBerry.

You can learn more about Rescue+Mobile at the link below. Pricing and device support is available after the jump.

LogMeIn Rescue+Mobile Features

LogMeIn Rescue+Mobile Pricing and Support

Free service offering enterprise network security by phone



I just got wind of this free new service from Positive Networks which authenticates log-ins by calling the user’s phone number. Just answer your phone after logging-in and hit the pound key to finish the process. PhoneFactor has just partnered up with LogMeIn to get this service out there for free to existing subscribers, who already enjoy secure remote desktop access. This is a dead simple and easy way for enterprises to ensure only the right people are getting into the network, and nice little bonus to folks who are already using LogMeIn. Try out PhoneFactor for free here.

(via BusinessWire)