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Absolute Software unveils iOS Computrace Mobile Theft Management
Wednesday, May 8, 2013 @ 5:47pm

Electronic device security and management solutions provider Absolute Software has announced the launch of Computrace Mobile Theft Management, the first iOS loss mitigation and theft recovery service on the market for business. Computrace MTM provides both loss prevention and theft recovery for a company's entire iOS deployment.



Computrace's loss prevention system providing customers with the tools to implement "best practices" within an organization and users to ensure the devices are handled responsibly. The program includes database registration, identity tags, device discovery and return services. If an iPad is reported stolen, the Absolute Investigations team will work closely with local law enforcement to assist in the investigation and recover the device. The theft recovery program includes a service guarantee in the event the Absolute Investigations team is unable to recover a stolen iPad. Pricing is available upon request and dependent on number and type of devices services, and market segment.

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