The University Computing Initiative (UCI) provides patented Absolute security technology across the campus including students, employees, and faculty. For devices owned by the organization, the program includes Absolute Computrace and Absolute Manage allowing IT to properly protect sensitive data and ensure these devices remain in their hands.
Personal devices owned by students are protected with Computrace LoJack for Laptops. Each student is given a separate account so they can privately maintain control over their device. And in the event of loss or theft, they can protect their personal information. Most importantly, students and parents can rely on the Absolute Investigations and Recovery Services team to work with local police to recover a stolen device.
More than 90 percent of incoming freshmen own a laptop. If these devices aren t protected they can t be recovered. University-owned devices are also at risk which can lead to data breaches and other security incidents that will negatively impact the school s reputation. An Absolute-secured campus provides students, faculty, parents and the university with a proactive stance to help lower crime on campus, keeps students and faculty out of harm s way when recovering a device, and provides parents with peace of mind.
At the Absolute Software Booth all higher-education solutions will be showcased - Absolute Computrace, Absolute Manage, Absolute Service, and
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