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Laptop Tracking<div class="body"> <p> <span style="COLOR&#58;rgb(255,0,0);"> <strong>Absolute Software Corporation </strong> </span>of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, has added GPS tracking to its Computrace mobile IT asset management suite. It will allow IT managers to track GPS-enabled laptops in the field to within 33 feet and view location reports using Google Maps technology. In the event that a computer is reported stolen, the system sends a silent signal over the Internet to Absolute’s monitoring center, providing critical location information. The company’s Theft Recovery Team works with local law enforcement to help recover the computer. The solution also allows users to remotely delete sensitive information for regulatory compliance, remotely inventory software licenses, and detect hardware changes or prohibited software installations. <span style="FONT-SIZE&#58;12pt;FONT-FAMILY&#58;&quot;Times New Roman&quot;;"></span></p> </div>
Weatherproof Enclosures<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/SmithsDetection0107.gif" width="144" height="74" /> </div> <p> <span class="style1"> <strong>Safety Technology International, Inc.</strong>, </span> has introduced two hooded, pedestal-mount enclosures to its Stopper Line of protective covers. The heated polycarbonate enclosures are suita-ble for installation of control boards, power supplies, access control devices, transmitters, and more. They will help increase the life and reliability of those devices by shielding them from dirt, dust, and grime. The cover does not impede wireless transmission. They can be mounted on a wall or pedestal, and a special mounting plate allows easy mounting and removal from the pedestal for servicing the device. One model has a locking hinged cover for further security. An optional radiant heat plate that operates on 12, 16.5, or 24 volts cycles to sustain a uniform temperature. </p> </div>