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LogMeIn came into being in Budapest as a result of the happy coincidence of a developer’s ingenuity and desire of fast work in 1998.




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Bill Gates would always choose a lazy person to get the job done, Steve Jobs picked the ones who worked to reach the point where they couldn’t simplify a product any further. We are looking for those who can see into the future, because we are building the tomorrow where our developments can create interpersonal, machine to human, and machine to machine communication. We believe that possibility is freedom.
Much has changed since the beginning, but certain things remain. The legal and administrative headquarter is still in Boston, while the center of development, with almost 350 people across three sites in Budapest, Szeged, and Debrecen, is in Hungary. We started with only a handful of developers, but now our headcount is close to 1,000 as we continue to hire and expand year on year. We are looking to fill our offices with the next generation of dreamers and specialists on four continents.



Board of directors

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Michael Simon

Chief Executive Officer

William Wagner

President & Chief Operating Officer

Edward K. Herdiech

Chief Financial Officer

Matthew P. Kaplan

Senior Vice President of Products

Michael J. Donahue

Senior Vice President and General Counsel

„TJ” Ewing

Vice President, Global Operations & Managing Director

Sandor Palfy

Chief Technology Officer

W. Sean Ford

Chief Marketing Officer

Rob Lawrence

Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy

Larry D’Angelo

Senior Vice President, Sales

Connected products & customers

Xively, Boldchat, Rescue

Online meetings & collab.

Access & IT management

Meldium, LogMeIn Central, LogMeIn Pro

LogMeIn isn’t just a product; it is a company with a wide portfolio that seems very differentiated, but it’s not: the purpose of all our software is to connect: humans with humans, humans with machines, and machines with machines.

Our currently most innovative product isn’t really a product. Xively is a cloud based platform that helps you to exploit the resources thought to be hidden.

The machine’s in motion; the maker rests. As the internet of things grows ever larger, the development of associate infrastructure also gets a new jab. Xively, BoldChat and Rescue aim to satisfy those new, atypical desires.

The next big thing in IoT

An even closer customer relation

Premium support with one click

A man is a meeting partner to another man. We present a complex solution to the meeting-hungry that can be launched from the browser. It includes chat and videochat, screen sharing, joint storage. Everything is in one place, everyone is in one place.

The new world of meeting

The connection between humans and machines. LogMeIn Pro is for those working from home; LogMeIn Central and Meldium are for IT administrators with remote access, work network generation and single sign-on systems.

One click to rule them all

Take control

Work from anywhere, anytime

Life at LogMeIn

LogMeIn’s dev center collects smart people on Budapest’s loveliest boulevard. We want to assimilate knowledge so as to create a hub where everyone can learn from everyone.

Our perfect candidate’s passion is their job; they are able to think out of the box, they  are good team players and are not afraid of problems others haven’t even heard about. If you want more than to be a workplace droid and you question everything, you are the one for us.

You can come to work by Metro, bus, tram, trolley-bus, car, motorbike, bicycle, monocycle, scooter, rollerblade, skateboard, hoverboard, long board, or you can just walk in. We have parking spots and storage spaces for all manner of vehicles.

All LogMeIn sites were designed to serve two things: undisturbed work (sound-proof carpets, height adjustable desks, teamwork areas, conference rooms and large social spaces) and relaxing between tasks (foosball, pool, retreats, etc).
A bonus feature that we have the Hungarian-American joint leadership to thank for is that we celebrate both the American Independence Day, 4th of July, and the day of Hungary's foundation, 20th of August.


We welcome students and career beginners who aren’t afraid to level up.

If you have 10 minutes and you are curious about our Trainee Program, hit Start.

Create an Event

We gladly provide space for events

The LogMeIn center in Budapest hosts countless (rather countable) events. Hackatons, meetups, professional events. Our doors are open! Event descriptions are available only in Hungarian.


LogMeIn Labs
Paulay Ede street 12.


All events in one place

No upcoming event


Memorabilia from previous events

1. step - Choose a date

Budapest 1061

Paulay Ede street 12.


The ground floor of the Budapest HQ of LogMeIn is a flexible venue for a range of events arranged over 500 square yards. Whether a high profile conference, a tech meet-up or a small workshop, we are open to anything. We are looking to host events linked to our corporate profile on weekdays from late afternoon. 
Our offices are all designed in such a way that they promote focused creative work, but the event venue, conveniently accessed from Paulay Ede utca is an even more playful space. It offers kitchen facilities and a range of vending machines, so nobody has to go hungry or thirsty during events.


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szeptember (2015)

IoT Workshop


LogMeIn és az IoT. Két név, ami összeforr, mint a kábelek, amiket itt forrasztunk. Egy rendhagyó, “kezünket összekoszoló” meetup


Szervezés alatt

Full Stack Meetup


Egy rendezvény neked ha a PHP, Clean Code, Saltstack, Continuous Integration és Delivery dobogtatja meg a szíved

Microsoft & Logmein Enterprise Developer Meetup


Két cég egy platformon. Feltétlen nézz be erre a sorozatra, ha Azure kék a táj amerre csak nézel.

október (2015)

Angular JS Meetup


Mire jó az AngularJS? Miért jó neked? Ezen a meetupon erre a kérdésre áll mód választ találni.

#5 IoT Workshop


LogMeIn és az IoT. Két név, ami összeforr, mint a kábelek, amiket itt forrasztunk. Egy rendhagyó, “kezünket összekoszoló” meetup

NodeBP Meetup


A meetup Node.js-ről kezdőknek, haladóknak és bárkinek aki szereti a javascriptet. A sorozat mind a frontendeseknek, a backendeseknek és devopsoknak is. No és persze nem maradhat el a fun rész, mint a nodebot- és quadrocopter építés a meetupjainkon.

Microsoft LogMeIn Enterprise Developer Meetup


Két cég egy platformon. Feltétlen nézz be erre a sorozatra, ha Azure kék a táj amerre csak nézel.

november (2015)

AngularJS Meetup


Mire jó az AngularJS? Miért jó neked? Ezen a meetupon erre kérdésekre áll mód választ találni.

Microsoft LogMeIn Enterprise Developer Meetup


Két cég egy platformon. Feltétlen nézz be erre a sorozatra, ha Azure kék a táj amerre csak nézel.


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We can do programming also in a different way. We offer various programs to those who are interested in what we do. Pay attention and watch us, so you won’t miss anything.

Coder Dojo


Do you have a child? Between the age of 10-14? Opens the computer straight out of bed? Wants to be an IT engineer? You should come together and learn about SW development at the next CoderDojo at our office!


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While our products are building the future, no question that we also want to sponsor the talents of future, mostly in the area of math, physics, and IT. Currently we have the under mentioned sponsorships.



The future is important for us, and the future starts today! We are sponsoring private foundations and civil organizations in their effort to educate the future generations mostly in the area of mathematics, physics, and IT.


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Press releases

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In the news

What they wrote about us

Downloadable Materials

Logos, screenshots, photos about us and our products
American peeps say we are in the Funky Zone: we are no longer a start up, but we are not yet a global giant, so we can be as open as we want to. On these pages you will find press releases, downloadable material and information on how to contact us directly.

Designing Customer-Centric Mobile Support Experiences

20-10-2015 / 1to1 media

One of the best pieces of advice that's offered by customer experience professionals is that when it comes to designing a customer experience, be sure to approach it from the customer's point of view. This axiom is especially applicable when crafting mobile customer experiences.

3 New Acquisitions That Are Boosting Boston Tech

16-10-2015 / BostInno

In Boston tech, we do a lot of hand-wringing over our companies getting snapped up by out-of-state players. So let's talk for a second about some of the Boston companies that are doing the acquiring.

LogMeIn Acquires LastPass for $110 Million

13-10-2015 / MSPmentor

Software-as-a-service provider LogMeIn has acquired LastPass for $110 million in cash.

How to build trust in the mobile marketplace

02-10-2015 / betanews

Whether browsing through Amazon on a tablet or flicking through the latest offers on our mobile phones, we’ve grown accustomed to the digital shopping experience. However, it’s one thing to do your weekly shop from an iPad, and quite another to book a holiday abroad.

LogMeIn Marks Fort Point Expansion By Showing Off Neighborhood Artists

19-08-2015 / BostInno

Back in December, Mayor Marty Walsh addressed the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce where he outlined a handful of initiatives aimed at fostering and retaining tech and startup companies, thereby supporting them and helping them plant roots deeply in Boston's socioeconomic landscape.

BostInno Approved: The Startup Events to Know About This Week (8/17-8/23)

17-08-2015 / BostInno

Reality check, techies: There's just about one month left of summer. What does that mean? Well, aside from the upcoming influx of students flooding the city and imminent return of pumpkin beer, it means it's time to make the most of the unique networking opportunities the warmer season provides.

Mobile collaboration could save SMEs headaches during the tube strike

06-08-2015 / Talk Business

Stephen Duignan, VP of International Marketing, LogMeIn, explains why employers should look to mobile collaboration to save headaches during the tube strike.

Tube strike survival: 5 remote working tools

06-08-2015 / Computer Business Review

Worried about how your employees will deal with travel turmoil? Try these remote working tools.


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