Absolute Software Showcases Endpoint Management and Security Solutions Including New Data Loss Prevention Feature at ISTE 2013
25 Jun, 2013, 07:30 ET
Announced Today - Absolute Now Provides Data Security Solutions for Web Monitoring and Filtering, Data Monitoring and Data Loss Prevention for K12
VANCOUVER, BC and SAN ANTONIO, TX, June 25, 2013 /CNW/ - (ISTE 2013 - Booth #8200) June 25, 2013 - Absolute® Software Corporation (TSX: ABT), the industry standard for persistent endpoint security and management solutions for computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones, is at ISTE 2013 in San Antonio, Texas showcasing the latest features of Absolute Computrace® along with the rest of the product portfolio. Absolute Software has been providing schools, universities, and other educational organizations with solutions to manage and secure their IT endpoints for 20 years.
Absolute Software education products and services include:
- Absolute Computrace to protect school data, devices, and students. With the recent acquisition of Palisade Systems, Absolute now delivers enterprise data security solutions for web monitoring and filtering, data monitoring and data loss prevention.
- Absolute Manage® to manage PC, Mac, Android, and iOS devices from within a single console
- Absolute Service, an IT Service Management (ITSM) solution that supports IT in their computing initiatives
- Computrace Mobile Theft Management (MTM) a service that allows schools to safeguard their iPad and iPad mini devices from loss and theft
Absolute Software Education Customer Highlights:
Catholic Education Network faced rapid growth and was driven to improve its processes in order to deliver a quality IT service. They chose Absolute Service because it provides visibility for all incident, problem, and change requests irrespective of a technician's availability or location.
Indianapolis Public Schools has more than 8,000 desktop and laptop computers listed among its assets and needed a plan to protect these portable devices. After comparing several solutions, Indianapolis Public Schools selected Computrace. Since 2007, more than 167 laptops have been recovered. These recovered laptops have saved Indianapolis more than $167,000 in asset costs.
Bensalem Township School District needed a cross-platform package to manage 1,200 Macs and 1,400 Windows computers and chose Absolute Manage. Along with effectively managing the computers in their deployment, the district cut their computer energy consumption by 79 percent, saving an estimated $53,000 a year.
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About Absolute Software
Absolute Software Corporation (TSX: ABT) is the industry standard in persistent endpoint security and management for computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones. The Company, a leader in device security and management tracking for more than 20 years, has over 30,000 commercial customers worldwide. Absolute's solutions - Computrace, Absolute Manage, Absolute Service, Absolute Secure Drive, and Computrace LoJack for Laptops - provide organizations with actionable intelligence to prove compliance, securely manage BYOD, and deliver comprehensive visibility and control over all of their devices and data. Absolute is positioned on two Gartner, Inc. Magic Quadrants - the Magic Quadrant for Client Management Tools and the Magic Quadrant for Mobile Device Management Software. Absolute is one of only four vendors to be recognized on both Magic Quadrants based on providing customers with the ability to secure and manage many different types of devices using a single solution. Absolute persistence technology is embedded in the firmware of computers, netbooks, tablets and smartphones by global leaders, including Acer, ASUS, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo, Motion, Panasonic, Samsung, and Toshiba, and the Company has reselling partnerships with these OEMs and others, including Apple. For more information about Absolute Software, visit www.absolute.com.
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SOURCE: Absolute Software Corporation
For further information:
Andrea Holland, HORN Group
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Marina Guy, Absolute Software
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Dave Mason, CFA, TMX|Equicom
[email protected] or 416.815.0700 x237
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