LogMe to Release Remote Desktop Tool for Foleo
LogMeIn, Inc., has announced they will be bringing remote PC access capability to the Palm Foleo mobile companion. LogMeIn provides secure connections between remote PCs over the web - enabling easy desktop remote control, data backup and file sharing. Adding this application to the Foleo gives users the ability to quickly and securely access files and network resources on their home or work computers when away.
LogMeIn Free is a free service that provides fast, secure and easy access to a remote computer from virtually any web-enabled PC or Pocket PC with a high-speed Internet connection. Users can obtain on-demand remote access to their work and home computers - viewing desktops, files and network resources. With more than 20 million users, LogMeIn handles hundreds of thousands of remote connections between computers every day.
LogMeIn Pro provides mobile professionals with the same fast, secure and easy remote access to their business or home computers as LogMeIn Free, but with the added productivity benefits of file transfer, remote printing, large-file sharing and guest-invite features. LogMeIn employs state-of-the-art security, with 128-to 256-bit SSL encryption to prevent unauthorized access.
"This alliance with Palm is a perfect fit for us. The Foleo is designed for people on the go and - by using LogMeIn - they will be able to access their files, documents, photos and music as if they were at their office or home PC," said Richard Redding, vice president, business development, LogMeIn. "We are excited to work with Palm and extend LogMeIn's offerings to improve the experience of Foleo users."
Demonstrations of LogMeIn's application on the Foleo will take place in Palm's booth, No. 925, at LinuxWorld Expo Aug. 7-9, at the Moscone Convention Center North in San Francisco.
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