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Remote desktop client specialists LogMeIn has unveiled what the company bills as a significant new release of LogMeIn Central.
The web-based management console promises to help IT professionals and power users better access and manage tens, hundreds or thousands of computers across distributed work environments.
The new release introduces end-to-end automation for remote management, expanding LogMeIn’s remote access product line and enabling the simultaneous distribution of software and files to Internet connected computers.
New feature One2Many allows users to automate administrative tasks, including the ability to install, update or remove software on remote machines; run scripts, batch updates, and remote commands across multiple computers simultaneously; and distribute files, updates, and patches to specific computers
LogMeIn Central costs $299 per year, while a free trial 30-day trial is also available via the LogMeIn website. The update is free to existing LogMeIn Central customers.