|Traded as||NASDAQ: LOGM|
|Founded||Budapest, Hungary, 2003|
|Headquarters||Boston, Massachusetts, USA|
|Key people||Michael Simon (CEO)
Márton Anka (CTO)
|Revenue||~$140 million (2012)|
|Employees||575 (end of 2012)|
- LogMeIn Free – no-charge remote access software. Limited to 10 computers 
- LogMeIn Pro – subscription-based remote access and administration software
- LogMeIn Central – web application for remotely managing LogMeIn host software and VPN connectivity services
- LogMeIn Rescue – remote support (help desk) web application
- LogMeIn Ignition – software for facilitating access to computers running LogMeIn host software from Windows, iOS, or Android devices
- LogMeIn Hamachi – network virtualization service
- LogMeIn Backup – remote backup software
- join.me – meeting and online collaboration software
- RemotelyAnywhere – remote access and administration software
- Xively - web-based service built to manage the world's real-time data
- Cubby - a cloud file and folder hosting service offering both shared and private cloud offerings.
LogMeIn remote access products use a proprietary remote desktop protocol that is transmitted via SSL. An SSL certificate is created for each remote desktop and is used to cryptographically secure communications between the remote desktop and the accessing computer.
Users access remote desktops using either the LogMeIn Ignition stand-alone application or a web portal. The web portal requires either an ActiveX plugin for Internet Explorer, or an extension for Firefox (the LogMeIn plug-in for Firefox), or an extension for Safari (the LogMeIn plug-in for Safari), or a plugin for Google Chrome. Failing that it falls back to requiring Java in order to run a Java program, and failing that it falls back to "a screen-shot-based HTML remote control". The web portal also provides status information for the remote computers and, optionally, remote computer management functions.
LogMeIn, Inc. holds US Patent 7,558,862 Method and apparatus for remotely controlling a computer with peer-to-peer command and data transfer.
LogMeIn CEO Michael Simon and CTO Márton Anka collaborated at Uproar, an Internet game site eventually bought by Vivendi Universal at the height of the dot-com bubble. Anka's work for Uproar allegedly laid the foundation for his RemotelyAnywhere application, which later evolved into LogMeIn after 3am Labs incorporated.
LogMeIn, Inc. changed its name from 3am Labs in 2006.
July 2011, Xively announced that they had been acquired by LogMeIn
- "Important Changes to LogMeIn Free". 4 March 2013. Retrieved 6 March 2013.
- Perez, Sarah (17 December 2012). "LogMeIn’s Dropbox Competitor Cubby Reveals Pricing; Stays Competitive At $7 Per Month For 100 GB". Tech Crunch. Retrieved 30 December 2012.
- LogMeIn, An In-Depth Look, Whitepaper
- "The LogMeIn plugin for Chrome (Windows) is here!". Retrieved 2013-02-27.
- "Install the LogMeIn plug-in for Firefox". Retrieved 2010-10-21.
- "FireFox 3.5 Logmein plugin reports no ActiveX or Java controls installed. Defaulting to HTML view.". Retrieved 2010-10-21.
- http://www.news.com/Software-maker-targets-remote-access-market/2100-1012_3-5338700.html Software maker targets remote access market
- http://www.thesspa.com/sspanews/_06Dec/article2.asp SSPA Recognized Innovators: Fall 2006
- United States Patent: 7558862
- Soule, Alexander (2004-09-20). "Budapest startup, 90 jobs coming to Woburn".
- https://secure.logmein.com/corp/pressrelease.asp?id=49 LogMeIn acquires instant VPN creator[dead link]
- https://secure.logmein.com/corp/pressrelease.asp?id=39 Article mentions LogMeIn name change
- http://sec.edgar-online.com/2008/03/07/0000950135-08-001656/Section22.asp LOGMEIN, INC. Securities Registration Statement (S-1/A) regarding patent case
- http://coby.nixon.googlepages.com/TridiaComplaint.pdf Tridia patent complaint and demand for jury trial
- "SEC Form 10-K". December 31, 2010.