LogMeIn Pricing and Packages
Below is some of the product comparisons between LMI Central, Rescue and ScreenConnect.
One of the leading remote support products in the industry. Rescue provides a comprehensive feature set. Here is their pricing.
Allows users ability to access and manage multiple computers, providing a node level pricing as opposed to concurrent or technician licensing.
- 25 nodes - $499
- 100 nodes - $699
- 250 nodes - $999
- 500 nodes - $1499
- 1000 nodes - $2499
- 25 nodes - $999
- 100 nodes - $1499
- 250 nodes - $2999
- 500 nodes - $4999
- 1000 nodes - $7999
- 25 nodes - $1299
- 100 nodes - $29699
- 250 nodes - $5999
- 500 nodes - $9999
- 1000 nodes - $14999
LogMeIn (LMI) is a hosted (SaaS) based online solution. Many people utilize both their solutions as a way to provide ad hoc remote support, centralized remote access to machines, meetings, and similar functionality.
Their offerings are spread out over 14 unique product lines, each designed with a specific use model in mind. Their products often provide some overlap in functionality, which can be a little confusing when trying to choose which product(s) you will need for your use model.
ScreenConnect vs. LogMeIn Rescue
LogMeIn Rescue (LMIR) is widely recognized as the flagship product for LMI in regards to ad hoc remote support. Ad hoc sessions take place when there isn't a pre-installed client on the machine.
There are several notable pricing and licensing differences in the two products. ScreenConnect provides all-inclusive packages that are comparable to LogMeIn Rescue and node level pricing similar to LogMeIn Central.
Comparing features, performance, and compatibility the tools each have their areas of strengths and weaknesses. From our perspective LMI has a large focus on providing a molded solution for a specific use model; while our approach is more of a toolset that users can pick and choose from depending on their needs.
Probably the biggest technical difference is that ScreenConnect does not require a client to be installed on the customer or tech side. Users can interface with each other through the central web application and the client is deployed on-demand to both sides and removed after the session.
LogMeIn Rescue Feature Differences
While each product could conceivably list hundreds of potential features/functionality, the following are some of the items ScreenConnect provides that were noted as reasons for switching from LogMeIn to ScreenConnect by customers.
- Multiple session join options for guests including listed sessions
- Ability for tech to run support from Mac or Linux OS
- Ability to turn on/off host or guest mouse and keyboard control
- Conduct meetings with customers
- Set up a central, organized list of remote access machines
- Drag and Drop file transfer
- Extensive branding and customization options
ScreenConnect vs. LogMeIn Central
LogMeIn Central is a sister product of LogMeIn Rescue providing users who want remote access functionality for their machines, employees, or customers. Technically Central seems like a good product, many of the UI elements and features are similar to ScreenConnect. However, LogMeIn also stacks on additional functionality at a price in the tiered pricing.
Often, users will be forced to choose between LogMeIn Rescue or LogMeIn Central in conjunction with add-ons for mobile support, mobile clients, and certain functionality.
ScreenConnect bundles our remote access functionality with our core product, so there are no additional costs. There are also no limitations as to the number of machines you can support.
If you are looking for an easy hosted solution LogMeIn Rescue may be a good fit. In turn, you will be paying a premium. ScreenConnect is all-inclusive solution that is a more affordable alternative.