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SaaS company LogMeIn moves to Australia

Remote access and support experts LogMeIn, have expanded into Australia and New Zealand with the opening of a Sydney office, the company’s first in Asia Pacific.

LogMeIn has seen significant adoption of its remote access solutions in the region and is investing to further support the company’s existing customers and drive new adoption among consumers, SME and enterprise IT, and IT service providers.

Since the company’s inception, over 60 million Windows PCs, Macs, smartphones, servers and other devices have been “simply connected” using LogMeIn, enabling people to connect to their digital assets from any location at anytime. In the fourth quarter of 2008, an average of 92,000 new devices connected with LogMeIn each day.

General manager Seth Shaw said: “Australia and New Zealand have a large percentage of small and medium-sized businesses that are savvy about mobile computing and utilising new tools to support mobile workers, customers and partners. We’ve seen demand for remote access and support solutions grow as businesses seek to increase productivity, reduce IT costs and deliver competitive advantages to Australian businesses.”

LogMeIn connects people to remote internet-enabled devices including laptop and desktop computers, smartphones, point-of-sale terminals, kiosks and more for easy anytime, anywhere access.

LogMeIn products are available for a free trial from the LogMeIn website at https://secure.logmein.com.

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Jen Bishop

Jen Bishop

Jen was the publisher at Loyalty Media and editor of Dynamic Business, Australia's largest circulating small business magazine, from 2008 until 2012. She is now a full-time blogger at The Interiors Addict.

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