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Ericom, Utopic and WinMagic are the last to use Absolute Software

by Helen J. Wolf
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Absolute Software says its new partnerships with leading Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), Ericom, Utopic, and WinMagic, will strengthen the resilience of their endpoint applications with Absolute Application Persistence-as-a-Service (APaaS).

The company says the three companies are leveraging Absolute’s firmware-enabled technology to monitor and automatically remediate their mission-critical security solutions to keep them healthy, installed, and operating effectively across their customer base.

Ericom, Utopic and WinMagic are the last to use Absolute Software

It says that APaaS allows ISVs to integrate Absolute’s Application Persistence capabilities directly into their software packages to continuously maintain the integrity of their endpoint applications with reduced development costs and no ongoing code maintenance.

APaaS partners also have access to comprehensive application health telemetry data that provides valuable insights into application health and performance.

Absolute Software SVP of Global Alliances Edward Choi says Ericom, Utopic, and WinMagic have taken critical steps for their systems. “Our unique device intelligence consistently demonstrates that the complexity of today’s endpoint environments has left endpoint agents under constant threat of decay, collisions with other applications, or being disabled by malicious or negligent users,” he says.

“By ensuring their endpoint agents remain healthy and operating effectively, these leading ISVs deliver a higher return on software investment and strengthen the security posture for their end customers.”

Ercom CPO John Peterson says strengthening its ZTEdge platform is a top priority for Ericom, and with Absolute, the company has found the right partnership to kick-start our vision.

“By adding Absolute’s unremovable, firmware-based self-healing to our mission-critical endpoint application, we’re confident that we’re delivering on our promise to empower our customers to strengthen their security protections in today’s perimeter-less digital environments,” he says.

Utopic CEO Bob Whirley says his customers rely on its self-healing automation capabilities to enforce policies, ensure compliance issues, improve asset performance, and reduce operational support costs as part of their NIST Cybersecurity Response and Recovery journey.

“By partnering with Absolute to empower our endpoint agent with APaaS, we are even more confident that we are enabling seamless transformation and modernization of the workplace,” he says.

WinMagic CEO Thi Nguyen-Huu says some of the world’s largest organizations rely on its service, SecureDoc, to prevent their sensitive data from falling into the wrong hands. “To complement our encryption offerings, we are excited to add authentication to our comprehensive security product suite with MagicEndpoint,” he says.

“The ability to leverage Absolute’s built-in self-healing capabilities for our industry-leading authentication and encryption suite over APaaS further reassures us that we’re delivering on our promise to provide security solutions that give our customers the freedom to think, share and achieve their goals, knowing that their employees and data are protected.”

Absolute Software provides endpoint self-healing and secure access solutions, delivering resilient zero-trust security for distributed workforces. It provides a permanent digital connection that intelligently and dynamically applies visibility, control, and self-healing capabilities to endpoints, applications, and network connections. The company says it is the only endpoint platform embedded in over half a billion devices.

With nearly 16,000 customers, G2 recognized Absolute as a Zero Trust Networking and Endpoint Management leader in 2022.

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