Exclusive: LogMeIn launches AppGuru to help IT wrangle consumer apps

Exclusive: LogMeIn launches AppGuru to help IT wrangle consumer apps

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New LogMeIn,  the company behind user-friendly web conferencing, screen sharing service and a Dropbox alternative, is about to add identity and application management capabilities to its menu. On Tuesday, the Boston-based company is launching a preview of AppGuru which aims to help IT  deal with the burgeoning bring-your-own-application (BYOA) craze which...
Exclusive: LogMeIn launches AppGuru to help IT wrangle consumer apps
                                       

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