As our CEO, Bill Wagner, stated in his recent blog...

"Since our beginning, LogMeIn has created tools that allow people to work from anywhere. And we believe in the next few years, environmental, social and economic factors, along with advancements in technologies such as 5G, will likely drive more and more companies to embrace 'the virtual workplace.'

Regrettably, the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to cause individuals and companies around the world to question how best to conduct their business during this outbreak. We have created the following content to help you through this worldwide crisis."


COVID-19: A Guide to Working Remotely

Everything you need for a seamless transition to working remotely

1What is GoToWebinar?

GoToWebinar allows you to host webinars or online seminars with large groups of participants to engage in online discussions or training events and share audio, documents or slides – even when they’re not in the same place as the meeting host or in the same room where the event or presentation is taking place. It erases the headcahe and hassle from webinars! Go from preparing a webinar to presenting in fewer steps – and have a lot of fun along the way.

2Sign up for a free trial

Emergency Remote Work Kits are available for Health Care Providers, Educational Institutions, Municipalities & Non-Profit organizations, and current LogMeIn customers.

You can contact a remote work expert today to see if you're eligible to receive an Emergency Remote Work Kit.

If you do not qualify for our Emergency Remote Work Kit, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial for GoToWebinar.

3Check your system for using GoToWebinar

To make sure you can run GoToWebinar sessions, go to our System Check page to test your device.

Already purchased GoToWebinar? Skip ahead to Step #4.

4Purchase a GoToWebinar plan

If you'd like to purchase a GoToWebinar plan right away, please view the plans available to you.

5Get started

6View additional training resources

7View remote work resources

Here is some additional information on how to work remotely.

8See tips for remote working

Are you interested in using remote tools for your entire organization? We've put together some resources to help you get started with your transition to remote work, whether it's just for the health crisis at hand or a long-term shift.

Didn't find what you were looking for? Please view other products offered for our Emergency Remote Work Kits.