Absolute Software Introduces Persistence to Dell Android Devices
Vancouver, Canada: May 13, 2015 – Absolute® Software Corporation (TSX: ABT), the industry standard for persistent endpoint security and data risk management solutions for computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones, today announced an agreement with Dell to embed Persistence in Android-powered Dell mobile devices.
Under the agreement, Persistence by Absolute will be embedded in the firmware of Dell’s Android devices at the factory. By activating Persistence, Dell customers will receive unrivaled endpoint security and data risk management, allowing IT to remain connected with all corporate devices, regardless of user or location.
“Our relationship with Dell is a long-standing and strategic partnership that is significant to our overall success,” said Geoff Haydon, chief executive officer, Absolute Software. “Since we began embedding our technology in Dell devices back in 2005, Persistence has delivered an unparalleled level of endpoint security to millions of Dell devices globally. We are excited to see this number increase under the agreement, and look forward to continuing to deliver our unique technology as a complementary security solution to our mutual customers.”
Absolute empowers more than 12,000 customers worldwide to protect devices, data, applications, and users against theft or attack — both on and off the corporate network. With the industry’s only tamper-proof endpoint visibility and control solution, Absolute allows IT organizations to enforce asset management, security hygiene, and data compliance for today’s remote digital workforces. Absolute’s patented Persistence®technology is embedded in the firmware of Dell, HP, Lenovo, and 22 other leading manufacturers’ devices for vendor-agnostic coverage, tamper-proof resilience, and ease of deployment. See how it works atwww.absolute.comand follow us at@absolutecorp.