LogMeIn Central Previous Solutions

I have used many. I chose LogMeIn because it gives me everything I need. I have used SolarWinds, BeAnywhere, Bomgar, and all kinds of different things over the years. View full review »
Chuck Miller
Technology Coordinator at a government with 51-200 employees
We used Remote Desktop, VNC, pcAnywhere. They were okay to use, but each machine had to have a separate port on it to connect to that machine, because they were all trying to port to the external world, the public internet, from the private network. Then LogMeIn came out and didn't need any of that because it's cloud-managed, so it actually creates its own port for each machine, which is not a problem. And it works great. View full review »
IT Director
When I came to the company, it was five years ago, and a lot of the users were already using the free version, when it was free. The pricing was good enough that it was an easy answer. View full review »
I used UltraVNC. I switched because I liked the encryption and the security of LogMeIn. View full review »
Network Administrator
GoToAssist used previously, and still do in some cases. It was awkward, required user intervention, and often got stuck on admin things. View full review »
IT Manager at a non-profit with 51-200 employees
WebEx and it was clunky back then and expensive. View full review »
Medical Biller
I have not used a different solution. View full review »
Technology Director
This is our first of its kind that we've used. View full review »
Director of Information Technologies at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
I can't remember what we used before, but it's been awhile. View full review »
President at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It may have been pcAnywhere or Carbon Copy. It was so long ago that I don't remember. View full review »
David Putz
A few, and still use TeamViewer in some instances. View full review »
Integral Color Specialist
We did not have a previous solution. View full review »

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