Video: LogMeIn vs Zoho Assist


LogMeIn gives you fast, easy remote access to your PC or Mac from your browser, desktop and mobile devices. Premium features like file transfer, file sharing and remote printing help you stay connected and productive wherever you go. Logmein free alternatives are: TeamViewer, Chrome Remote Desktop, AeroAdmin, TightVNC
Zoho Assist provides a simple and straight forward user interface to connect to remote computers anywhere on the globe, as long as they are hooked to the internet, even through firewalls and proxies. Once your customer approves access, control the remote computer as if it were in front of you, provide fast support and impress, without leaving your seat. Moreover, with online remote support you save time and all that money involved in travel.
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2015 - Zoho Assist unveiled new customer console and two-way screen sharing for Mac users to catch up with Logmein


The debate on whether Java is dead or not is still not dead. But users of remote support app Zoho Assist users need not rely on Java anymore to join a remote support session in Mac OS. Zoho has unveiled the Objective-C based Customer Console for Mac users, crafted for months by our lead developers of Zoho Assist. It will ensure a quick and easy remote support experience while you support Apple fans across the world. This Customer Console is a light-weight application. It can quickly get downloaded and run on your customer’s Mac. It’s fast, intuitive, and in sync with the Mac UI standards. Besides, screen-sharing, that was avalibale in Zoho Assist for Windows OS now also has come to Mac. All it requires is a single click on your Technician Console, a quick download, and your screen will get shared with your customer within seconds.

2014 - LogMeIn acquires Meldium to improve remote control security. Beware Zoho Assist


LogMeIn, the provider of remote PC management, is buying Meldium, the startup noted for its password management and single sign-on capabilities. Meldium aims to make it easier to grant and rescind a person’s rights to business apps and data, which in turn makes life easier for companies that hire interns, freelancers or contract employees. Meldium’s promise is that it lets an admin easily disable or delete corporate accounts of a given person without screwing with her personal accounts. LogMeIn plans to integrate it with LogMeIn’s offerings, which include Join Me,  AppGuru, LogMeIn Central and LogMeIn Rescue. Meldium competes with companies like Okta and even Microsoft in some cases.