LogMeIn Central Other Advice

I would not want to tell other companies about it because it is so powerful, it does so much, and it makes me look so good. If somebody is looking at it seriously, or everything that it allows them to do, it is a very good product. View full review »
Chuck Miller
Technology Coordinator at a government with 51-200 employees
I don't use LogMeIn Central to keep my endpoints secure? I use a Fortinet gateway and a Juniper gateway, firewalls. I just use LogMeIn for remote access. What we manage is all on-premise, but it's not all in one central location. We're a town. There are 11 different buildings that I have stuff in. It's all there, as opposed to out in the cloud someplace. I'm not using public or private clouds. If you need remote desktop assistance, I would recommend LogMeIn. If you just need to help out friends, I would actually go with TeamViewer. View full review »
IT Director
If you have a small footprint in the IT department, it's a very efficient tool to give a very well-rounded perspective of remote access and security control on devices, and in an environment where it's geographically disbursed. I rate it a nine out of 10. I think it's nearly impossible for anybody to ever reach the level of 10, in my book. I don't think that you're adequately evaluating software if you're giving 10s out to everyone. I would like to see continued progress and development. View full review »
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I don't use Central to keep my end-points secure. All the infrastructure is private. I don't do any cloud. It's worked well for me except for the cost. That's the only thing that's deterring me now. View full review »
Network Administrator
With this software I am managing about 90 desktops/laptops in various states around the country, plus several of my servers in the main office in DC; all Windows, of various versions. We are not leveraging LogMeIn Central to keep our endpoints secure. We use a combination of Trend Micro XGen and Malwarebytes Enterprise. Currently we are about 99% onsite, with minimal cloud usage. I give it eight out of 10 because it does the job exactly the way I need it to. It's lacking a few features, but as we are using the free client, that’s to be expected. My advice would be, make sure you get enough licenses! View full review »
IT Manager at a non-profit with 51-200 employees
I support POS hardware/software, over 100 desktops and laptops. I use Symantec Endpoint Protection Cloud for anti-virus, but LogMeIn Central for OS updates and fixes. Everything is on-premise. Check around for other options. If you don’t need unassisted remote access then there are free products that work just as well. View full review »
Medical Biller
It is something I do not have to worry about. It works pretty well most of the time, but I know there are many other products out there now that people use. View full review »
Technology Director
We’ve got 30 servers and 600 employees, so each one of them has a desktop. But they don’t use LogMeIn. We don’t do any asset management through LogMeIn. Everything is on-premise. It works. We don’t use it as an enterprise solution, we’ve only got a couple people that use it. I don’t know the capability of it if you were to have 300 people using it. We just use it every now and then when we’ve got to connect to a certain machine, when we’re not on site. View full review »
Director of Information Technologies at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
We aren't leveraging Central to keep end-points secure. We're actually using a product called Sophos for antivirus. All the IT infrastructure is with our customers, everything is on-premise for them, although there is some Office 365. It's a good product, it's pretty solid. For what it is, the price is good. To make it a 10 out of 10 it needs to be cheaper. View full review »
President at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
We don't leverage LogMeIn Central to keep end-points secure, we have our own, a different anti-virus that we use. There is some of our infrastructure in there, but it's mostly our clients'. And we're using Azure. My advice is, be careful. At first it was free. Just be careful about the escalation. I rank it as a seven out of 10. It would be a 10 if it was faster and the screen resolutions were clearer. View full review »
David Putz
Regarding leveraging LogMeIn Central to keep endpoints secure, I haven't really looked at that. Our IT infrastructure is on-premise. I would tell others it is a great product, and will help your IT department a lot. View full review »
Integral Color Specialist
It is a solid solution for a remote desktop. View full review »
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