LogMeIn updates GoToRoom hardware bundles and MSP offering

LogMeIn has announced seven new hardware bundles for its GoToRoom solution. The company has also enabled MSPs to sell LastPass Enterprise.

The new bundles for the GoToRoom huddle, conference and boardroom solution include hardware from partners Dolby, Logitech and Poly. These aim to provide flexible choices for both home offices and large meeting spaces. In addition, a new partnership with Extron enables custom setups for outfitting corporate board rooms.

All GoToRoom bundles will be available for purchase using LogMeIn’s the Room-as-a-Service (RaaS) model. The RaaS model offers businesses the ability to pay a low all-inclusive monthly rate for both the hardware and software, eliminating the need for large upfront costs when outfitting multiple rooms. RaaS model kits start at just $99 per month, plus the cost of a GoToRoom licence, and include a full equipment warranty for the length of the contract, and customers own the equipment at the end of the term.

Mark Strassman, senior vice president and general manager, UCC at LogMeIn, said, “As companies around the globe embrace this new work-from-anywhere mentality, our GoToRoom systems are incredibly easy to deploy in just a matter of minutes, available with our popular Room-as-a-Service payment option for all kits and regions, and designed to support a variety of needs and sizes of conference rooms with best-in-class hardware partners and a simple and affordable, but powerful updated user experience.”

In addition to the previously available Dolby Voice Room, Poly Studio and Poly Trio 8500 +Eagle Eye 4, new equipment includes: Dolby Voice Huddle, Dolby Voice Pro, Logitech MeetUp, Logitech Rally, Logitech Rally Plus, Poly Studio X30, Poly Studio X50, Extron IP Link Pro control processor and TouchLink Pro touchpanel.

“Although many companies now work very differently compared to just a few months ago, meetings will always be an integral part of doing business worldwide,” added Scott Murphy, director of cloud, UCC and cyber security, Ingram Micro UK&I, a global distributor of LogMeIn’s products. “Ingram Micro’s partners and their customers continuously seek to improve their operations and services, and we are delighted to sell GoToRoom, as it means that companies can create a high-quality, cutting-edge video-enabled collaboration space, whether it be an executive’s home office or a boardroom.

“GoTo’s industry leading audio and video hardware options dramatically increase the choice for customers to help them upgrade their meeting space as we move to the next phase in work from anywhere video conferencing.”

In addition, LastPass Enterprise, LogMeIn’s password management and single sign-on solution has updated its offering for Managed Service Providers (MSPs).

MSPs worldwide can now sell, manage, and support LastPass Enterprise. MSPs also have access to new sub-account functionality built directly into LastPass for a single view over multiple, uniquely managed LastPass accounts. The company says this gives MSPs greater visibility and control over every access point of their customer’s business.

Rick Ribas, vice president of Global Channel, explained, “With 80 percent of data breaches caused by weak or reused passwords, it’s vital for MSPs who remotely manage a customer’s IT infrastructure, to deliver an all-in-one solution for single sign-on and password management to meet the security and access needs of their customers. Now they can do so while seamlessly managing their customer LastPass accounts in a single pane of glass.”

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Charlotte Hathway

Charlotte is the editor of Comms Business and writes content to inform and educate the Channel about the latest technology and business developments from across the industry. Prior to her current role, she wrote for other MA Business titles New Electronics, Land Mobile and Critical Communications Today. Before moving into journalism, she spent five years working in public relations and has worked with various technology companies spanning telecommunications, cyber security and software development.

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