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LogMeIn available for Pocket PC users
Posted on 22-Sep-2004 21:53 | Tags Filed under: News


LogMeIn available for Pocket PC users
LogMeIn is now officialy available, after a beta period. The service provides a secure remote access solution for desktop/laptop users, include a desktop remote control that allows access to a remote PC from web-enabled remote devices, including laptops and Windows Mobile 2003 Pocket PC handhelds.

The service is available in Free and Pro versions. While both versions give remote access to a PC, the Pro version allows file transfer, folder synchronisation across multiple computers and guest access to files, starting at US$12.95 a month.

LogMeIn provides an end-to-end SSL encryption mechanism, with data being encrypted on the target host computer and decrypted by the web browser on the local computer. The service uses the native Windows authentication and have options for RSA SecurID and one-time passwords to prevent unauthorized access.




More information: http://www.logmein.com...




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