So you’ve been hearing about LogMeIn’s new service to secure and manage access from employee iPads, eh? Wondering what it is? Well, we can’t wait to tell you all about it! Right now, we’re taking the covers off our new service that blends Total Access with Total Control.
With LogMeIn Ignition you’ve long been able to access your actual desktop, and the applications, files and data that are important to you. This is Total Access.
Now we’re making sure that full access has a true place in our work organizations. We’ve added a set of management tools to LogMeIn Central designed to control that access – which computers and data can be accessed, by whom, and from what device. This is Total Control.
With this new service, you can:
- Enroll individually owned and IT-procured iOS devices into an organization’s mobile inventory
- Authorize individual iOS devices for remote access to one or more company computers, including access to corporate apps and files
- Manage remote access rights and permissions by individual, computer, and/or mobile device
- Control whether files can be remotely transferred from remote computers to individual mobile devices
- Handle lost or stolen devices by remotely wiping stored credentials
We’re really excited about the services, and we’re showing a preview today. General availability will certainly follow later. If you’re interested in hearing and seeing more, why not head over to https://secure.logmein.com/accesscontrol and register!
Now you can apply automatic and individual Windows Updates for computers running LogMeIn Pro and even manage updates for hundreds of computers simultaneously with LogMeIn Pro and Central together.
Checkout the video below for a quick tour.
LogMeIn’s new Windows patch management features are designed to let IT professionals and power users:
- Easily and simultaneously manage Windows Updates on multiple computers
- Automatically update multiple systems at the same time
- Individually select which Microsoft updates to apply
- Check for Windows Updates at the click of a button
- Instantly view Update status of remote computers
- Support Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Server 2008 updates
Log in to your account and try it today. New users can try it free by creating a LogMeIn Pro or LogMeIn Central account at www.logmein.com.
We’re excited to post that we have a new LogMeIn software update available, which officially supports Mac OS X Lion. LogMeIn Free, Pro and LogMeIn Ignition (iOS and Android) users who are upgrading their Macs to OS X Lion can also update their existing LogMeIn software for free. We’re pleased to be one of the first remote access services to work with the latest Apple operating system in order to deliver anytime, anywhere access for Lion. Continue reading “LogMeIn Unleashes Mac OS X Lion Support for Free, Pro and Ignition” »
This week we’ve made some minor adjustments to LogMeIn Central in order to provide you with a few new ways to get to your computers faster and more efficiently. These updates are specifically helpful for our power users who manage and maintain hundreds to thousands of LogMeIn Free and LogMeIn Pro computers.
Here is what’s new:
– Continuous scrolling of computers in the home tab across all views (no paging required)
– A new “recently accessed computers” is available in Favorites to show the last 25 accessed computers
-Users can now sort by columns in Detail view in Central
Try it out today and leave your feedback below.
Looking for more Central search tips, check out our recent post.
You’ve been waiting, we’ve told you it’s coming and now it’s here, the latest update for LogMeIn Ignition. Be sure you download the newest update, now available on the app store. This update includes three new features to increase your productivity as you sail into the summer months.
With the new LogMeIn Ignition you can:
• Copy photos between your iPad/iPhone photo library and Ignition, so they’re always accessible in one place.
• Attach files of any kind (including multimedia) to emails directly from Ignition.
• Set Ignition to close while multitasking after 1, 2, 5 or 10 minutes.
We hope these new features offer you a simple way to get a little freedom from the office while you’re on the go this Summer.
Be sure to check out the videos below to see all the new features in action. And as always, we’d love to hear your thoughts.
I’m Tara, the new Sr. Product Marketing Manager for Ignition. You’ll be hearing more from me in the coming months, but I get the pleasure of telling you about our upcoming iOS update as my first blog post.
We just submitted the app to Apple for approval so we’re just days away from getting you the latest enhancements and improvements. We’re excited about the three new features coming to users of Ignition for iOS. For now, I’m giving you a sneak peak of our photos and videos feature which allows you to copy photos between your iPad/iPhone photo library and Ignition, so they’re always accessible in one place.
Fresh off the development build, here are some screen shots.
I have gigabytes of photos on my desktop computer and I obviously can’t carry all of them with me. Now I can easily grab my favorite photo of my home town (Anchorage, AK), copy them to Ignition using File Manager and they’re automatically available in the Photo app on my new iPad2. Slick!
Stay tuned for more details on our update, it’s coming soon.
Today we have released an updated version of the LogMeIn plugin to officially support Internet Explorer 9 and Firefox 4 browsers for Windows. Installing the new plugin will allow users to remotely control computers via LogMeIn Free and Pro2.
This plugin is available on Windows only, (note: we are working on a plugin for Firefox 4 on Mac. Stay tuned.) You can give it a try by simply logging into your account on www.logmein.com. You will be prompted to update your plugin automatically.
New this week, we’re excited to let you know that we have updated our LogMeIn Ignition for Android app to officially support Android Honeycomb tablets, including the Motorola Xoom. Existing users can update their app for free. A broader Honeycomb release is also in the works.
As always, your direct feedback helps LogMeIn improve our products. Get the update and let us know what you think by leaving a comment.
If you own LogMeIn Ignition for iPad/iPhone, be sure to download the newest update, which is now available on the app store. The update gives users the first iOS app to combine remote control with file management. You can now use one app to access all of your computers, information and files from anywhere via your iPad, iPad 2, or iPhone.
Be sure to check out the video below to see all the new features.
With the all-new LogMeIn Ignition, a user can:
- View files and folders on one or more computers
- Copy and move files or folders from remote computers directly onto the iPad, iPhone or iPod touch for local viewing
- Save PC and Mac files directly on an iOS device for offline viewing
- Create a local folder and filing system within Ignition on the iPad or other iOS devices
- Open and edit files locally on the iPad, iPhone or iPod touch using file editing apps like Documents To Go (by jeffrey), Quickoffice, Pages, Keynote, Numbers
- Transfer files between remote computers
- Update locally saved files in Ignition with updates from remote computers
- Plus the ability to wake a sleeping computer using Wake-On-LAN.
iPad 2 users will also benefit from increased speed and performance, with LogMeIn Ignition tuned to allow for multitasking. We hope you enjoy remote control and file transfers all from the same app.
Wake me up Scotty… We’re excited to give you another sneak peak of our next update to LogMeIn Ignition for iPhone/iPad. Based on user feedback, we’re planning to add the ability to turn on a sleeping computer using Wake On LAN. Whether it’s your PC or Mac, LogMeIn Ignition will soon be able to wake those sleeping computers. Stay tuned for more information, but it’s coming soon.