Absolute Software Expands Application Persistence Ecosystem with Ivanti Neurons

VANCOUVER, British Columbia & SAN JOSE, California–(BUSINESS WIRE). for Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) through Absolute’s unique Application Persistence™ capabilities. With this addition to the company’s application persistence ecosystem, joint customers can extend Absolute’s firmware-embedded, self-healing device connection to Ivanti’s leading UEM solution, ensuring it’s error-free, installed, and operating effectively.

Anchored by its patented Persistence® technology, found in more than 500 million endpoints, Absolute provides every device with an indelible digital connection to ensure the highest level of resiliency. Absolute’s Application Persistence Service leverages this uninterruptible, bi-directional connection to monitor the health and behavior of mission-critical security applications; identify if they are missing or damaged; and automatically repair or reinstall components if necessary – without the need for human intervention.

With Ivanti Neurons for UEM, organizations have visibility into their IT assets, including mobile devices. This opens a path to hyper-automation for IT teams, empowering them to secure and operate devices themselves and deliver a personalized, contextual digital worker experience.

“Organizations around the world rely on Ivanti Neurons every day to gain visibility into their device estate and provide the automation capabilities needed to increase productivity,” said Daren Goeson, vice president & GM of Unified Endpoint Management Products at Ivanti . “The ability to extend Absolute’s impenetrable line of defense to Ivanti Neurons gives us the confidence that our joint customers will always know where their most valuable assets reside – with end-to-end secure access.”

“By joining our application persistence ecosystem, Ivanti is taking the critical steps needed to enable our resilience customers to strengthen their mission-critical applications – and protect their sensitive data and devices,” said Edward Choi , SVP of Global Alliances at Absolute Software. “Absolute’s unique intelligence demonstrates time and time again that the complexity of today’s device environments has left endpoint agents at constant risk of colliding with other applications or being disabled by malicious or careless users. By ensuring their app stays intact and functioning effectively, Ivanti helps strengthen the overall security posture of our mutual customers.”

Absolute’s comprehensive application persistence catalog includes more than 50 security and business applications needed to enable reliable, resilient working from anywhere. In addition to Ivanti Neurons for UEM, Absolute Resilience customers can also retain Ivanti Endpoint Manager, Ivanti Security Controls, and Ivanti Connect Secure. To learn more and see other supported applications, visit here.

About Absolute Software

Absolute Software (NASDAQ: ABST) (TSX: ABST) is a leading provider of self-healing endpoint and secure access solutions that delivers truly resilient, zero-trust security for today’s distributed workforce. Absolute is the only endpoint platform embedded in more than half a billion devices, providing an always-on digital connection that intelligently and dynamically applies visibility, control, and self-healing capabilities to endpoints, applications, and network connections, enabling customers to achieve resilience to cyberattacks to strengthen Escalating ransomware threat and malicious attacks. Trusted by nearly 16,000 customers, G2 recognized Absolute as a leader in Zero Trust Networking and Endpoint Management in Winter 2022.

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