10/7/2005

LogMeIn Adds Native Mozilla Support

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 10:50 am

3am Labs, the maker of LogMeIn, a free service that provides secure and easy access to PCs using a web browser, allowing viewing desktops, files and network resources, announced today full native support for Mozilla in its latest versions of LogMeIn, LogMeIn Pro, LogMeIn IT Reach and LogMeIn Rescue.

“As a totally browser-based service, it is important that LogMeIn provides customers a flawless user experience, regardless of what browser they are using on their local machine,” said Michael Simon, CEO, 3am Labs. “With full Mozilla support, it does not matter where they are or what type of computer they are using. Our customers will enjoy seamless control over their programs and data back at the office or at home.”

Users of Mozilla-based browsers can now install a plug-in for an optimal user experience. The software provides advanced features such as automatic clipboard synchronization, remote-to-local printing and automatic screen scaling.



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