Absolute Software is currently at FETC 2014 in Orlando, meeting with education leaders and technology experts alike to exchange thoughts on education and technology and what the future holds, as well as to demo our education solutions. We hope you can come visit with us at Booth 1144!
While you're at FETC 2014, also swing by the Lenovo booth for a chance to win a $25,000 classroom makeover, which will award a grand prize featuring laptops, software and support to one lucky school. On the 30 Lenovo x131e notebooks that are a part of the contest prize, licenses for Absolute Computrace are a part of the prize package.
Lenovo is one of Absolute Software's OEM partners, meaning that Lenovo embeds Absolute persistence technology into the BIOS or firmware of their devices. The Absolute persistence module is built to detect when the Computrace and/or Absolute Manage software agents have been removed, ensuring they are automatically reinstalled, even if the firmware is flashed, the device is re-imaged, the hard drive is replaced, or if a tablet or smartphone is wiped clean to factory settings. Absolute persistence technology is the strongest level of endpoint security out there. For a full list of Lenovo devices with Absolute persistence, check here.
For a full list of upcoming events with our booth information, from the PINK ITSM Conference to the NCCE, visit here.