LogMeIn Sets Date to Announce Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2014 Results

BOSTON, January 20th, 2015 –LogMeIn, Inc. (NASDAQ:LOGM) today announced that it will report its fourth quarter and fiscal year 2014 financial results for the period ended December 31, 2014 following the close of market on Thursday, February 12th, 2015. On that day, management will hold a conference call and webcast at 5:00 p.m. ET to review and discuss the Company’s results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year.

  • What: LogMeIn Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2014 Financial Results Conference Call
  • When: Thursday, February 12th, 2015
  • Time: 5:00 p.m. ET

Live Call:    

  • + 1- 888-427-9376 (U.S. and Canada)
  • + 1- 719-325-2323 (international)
  • 9261007 (conference ID)


Webcast:         http://investor.logmein.com/


About LogMeIn, Inc.

LogMeIn (Nasdaq:LOGM) transforms the way people work and live through secure connections to the computers, devices, data, and people that make up their digital world. The company’s cloud services free millions of people to work from anywhere, empower IT professionals to securely embrace the modern cloud-centric workplace, give companies new ways to reach and support today’s connected customer, and help businesses bring the next generation of connected products to market.

LogMeIn is headquartered in Boston’s Innovation District with offices in Australia, Hungary, India, Ireland, and the UK. 

LogMeIn is a registered trademark of LogMeIn in the U.S. and other countries.




UPDATE.ME – This week in collaboration, innovation, and engagement

We’re excited to kick off a join.me blog series called “update.me.” At join.me, we know how important it is to work and collaborate together simply and easily. So we want to share with you the latest news articles and industry updates on collaboration and interaction we find interesting, engaging, disruptive, or just plain cool. We’d love to hear your opinions and feedback on these topics. Please reply in the comment section below, or on Twitter @joinme!

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Product Updates for LogMeIn Pro Users

The LogMeIn Pro team is excited to share a few updates that have been implemented to improve the experience for our loyal users. These are just some of the things resulting from of our continuous efforts to keep users connected and productive anywhere they go.

1. Get to your remote session faster

The desktop and web version of the LogMeIn client will be combined to create one seamless experience. Now, regardless if you access LogMeIn Pro via the web or desktop app, it will offer all functionalities (locally stored and encrypted passwords and faster access) and can be started in a standalone way by double-clicking the icon or on demand via the browser. The Desktop App will simply open the app or offer a download to your computer so you can get to you remote sessions faster than ever.

2. New features to the Desktop and Mobile Apps

“Add computer” functionality is now available from your applications: Simplify your Pro experience and do everything in one place – your application.  Click “Add computer” at the bottom of your application and insert the generated link into any browser to install a new computer.

Simplified information panel with notes: Everything you need to know is now on one screen. In addition you can edit your computer description with the name of your choosing and include notes for each computer, customizing your remote access experience.


3. File Manager has a new Simplified Toolbar

The File Manager toolbar is now easier to use than ever. We’ve cut the number of buttons in half, making the actions each button will perform easily recognizable. Now users can move files faster and more efficiently. In addition, instead of being brought to the C: drive each time you access the File Manager, you’ll go directly to your user profile.

That means fast, easy access to your documents. File Manager will also remember the last place you left off and bring you directly to that folder the next time you log in.


4. Coming soon: Multi-Monitor Support!

You asked and we listened – Multi-Monitor-Support is on its way! A frequent request we’ve heard is “how can I move from single-monitor to multi-monitor display for remote access”? For that reason we’re updating LogMeIn Pro to easily configure real multi-monitor support so you can enjoy multiple remote monitors displayed 1:1 on your own monitor screens simultaneously without having to switch over.

Want to be one of the first to try out this new feature? Click here to see the page in beta!




Introducing the New Central

We’re rolling out new versions of our LogMeIn Central product line, each designed to deliver unique value to our IT customers, while making it far easier for each and every Central customer to get the right product – and the right capabilities – to meet their specific needs.

What’s new?

Starting this week, there will be three new versions of Central: Central Basic, Central Plus and Central Premier. The foundation of this simplified and improved offering is our signature remote access capabilities, including even faster remote access, some great new features to help better organize large groups of computers, new options to further secure access to your computers with two-factor authentication, as well as mobile and desktop app enhancements. And if that is all you are using today, then the Basic version will likely be a perfect fit.  For those customers who are using Central to empower remote workers, Central Plus offers state-of-the-art remote productivity capabilities like remote printing, multi-monitor support, and file transfer capabilities across ALL computers in an account. Designed for business-critical IT management and automation, Central Premier  delivers  advanced alerts and monitoring, One2Many automated tasks (and scripts), simplified Windows updates, reporting, self-healing alerts (including new mobile alerts), and new premium customer support.

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When will this be available?

The new versions of Central are being rolled out over the next few weeks to ALL current Central customers. So if you’re a Central customer, you will soon experience the new version of the product that best meets your needs – and you’ll get this new version for the remainder of your current subscription at no additional cost.  Customers can also choose to gain access to other versions immediately, should they choose, by contacting their account manager.

How will this impact pricing?

The new versions of Central should not only simplify how a customer chooses desired capabilities, but also how they purchase – and scale – their Central account to meet their specific organizational needs. In other words, the pricing has been created to best pair needs with value. One of the biggest changes with this move is the elimination of purchasing individual seats of LogMeIn Pro (for host computers) separate from Central. Pricing will be set simply based on the capabilities you use which translates into which version you need and the number of remote computers you’d like to remotely manage, access or support. For some customers, this will mean not only a more simplified purchasing, but an absolute reduction in total costs.  For others, it will provide a much better way to simplify payment for the value they expect and count on with Central.

Please note, that unless you choose to upgrade prior to the end of your current subscription, pricing won’t change until the time of your Central renewal.  To make the transition as smooth and seamless as possible you will  be notified 30-days in advance of your renewal.  We’ll provide you specific pricing information and details on the product you’ll have post renewal.

When and where can I learn more?

Once your Central account has been updated, you’ll experience the new features first hand We’re also carving out space in our community site, dedicated specifically to the new Central, where product specialists are happy to share more and answer any questions you may have. And in the coming days and weeks, we’ll be posting a whole new series on the Central blog featuring product demos, deep dives on new features, as well as tips & tricks that will help you get the most value out of your Central product.  So subscribe to the blog, check out the community, and keep a look out for the new Central update in your account.


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1)    Be on Time. Talk about basics! But there are true, measurable business implications to starting meetings a few minutes behind schedule. This year, 68% of senior executives reported to us that 95% of their meetings start late. These late starts add up to over 5 days of wasted time per year, and for a midsize organization, that adds up to over $5 million dollars in lost revenue. Consider that figure next time you take a few minutes getting a sales call up and running – how much money are you wasting?

2)    Collaboration = Success! In an ever-changing mobile and global workforce, sales leaders need to keep team collaboration a top priority. According to leadership effectiveness expert Jaclyn Kostner, workforce teams that collaborate the most often are 36% more productive than teams with less collaboration (video). Encouraging regular or impromptu ‘meeting of the minds’ within your sales teams can lead to new innovation, creativity, and solutions to problems you may not have even known about.

3)    Don’t let Tech Get in the Way. Frustrations with technology have been a part of the working world since… well, since ever. We did a study with InfoWorld on the most frustrating tech pain points for sales teams, specifically the many issues of legacy virtual meeting tools. The majority of business and IT execs agreed that new, cloud-based tools can enable an increase in frequency and number of prospect and customer meetings, among other benefits. So, don’t let cumbersome, legacy solutions stop you from maximizing your success and productivity.

4)    Stay on your Toes – Always. In this current sales atmosphere, you can close a deal anytime and from anywhere, even in just a few minutes.  According to our 2014 research report with conducted by Ovum, 35% of all meetings are unplanned and ad hoc, with 40% of respondents saying their personal ad hoc meeting behavior is increasing. As this trend continues next year, sales teams need to constantly stay up-to-date on what’s happening with their current customers and prospects. Preparation for impromptu meetings can make all the difference.