When your network security and performance are on the line, it is imperative that you have access to qualified resources and business moves quickly and so do your people. In the world of technology, data can be accessed and shared from just about any location. So how well can you account for your corporate IT assets? And what about the data they hold? Failure to monitor and control this part of your business can lead to data breach penalties - and even worse, the type of negative publicity that can take years to repair.
Computrace One by Absolute software allows you to centrally manage your IT assets within a single interface. You can identify any computers that have gone missing, enforce software policies, and maintain a fleet of optimally running devices. And - in the event of loss or theft - Computrace One can help you recover your computer.
IT asset management
Manage all of your assets with the ease of a single interface with the absolute customer center. Monitor changes in asset information including user identification, physical location, and the installation of software/hardware that may not comply with government and corporate regulations. Computrace One includes advanced reporting capabilities.
Data and device security
Delete data on missing computers and produce an audit log of the deleted files to prove your compliance with government and corporate regulations. Set alerts so you will be notified if non-compliance activities occur. Use the device freeze feature to freeze a computer. Once frozen, you can display a custom message to the user encouraging them to comply with specific requests for action.
Use GPS or Wi-Fi technology to track your assets on an Internet map. You will be able to see current and historical locations within about 10 meters. Geofencing allows you to build pre-defined areas and apply rules with alerts if a condition occurs - for instance if a device remains outside a boundary beyond a set measure of time. If the physical location of a device contravenes the rule, you will be alerted so you can investigate and determine if further action is required.