|By Business Wire||
|June 26, 2014 02:06 PM EDT||
Faronics, a global leader in simplifying, securing and managing multi-user computer
|Faronics will exhibit at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)|
|2014 conference. Faronics is introducing a new solution to help administrators|
|centrally manage, update and secure all Deep Freeze Enterprise-enabled|
|workstations from any location using a Web browser.|
Faronics is exhibiting in Booth #2848 at ISTE 2014, which will be held at:
|Georgia World Congress Center|
|285 Andrew Young International Blvd., NW|
|Atlanta, GA 30303|
|Exhibit halls open – Sunday, June 29, 9:30 – 5:30; Monday, June 30, 9:30 – 5:00;|
|Tuesday, July 1, 9:30 – 2:30.|
Additional details are available here.
|IT administrators must be able to Manage, Update and Secure workstations within|
|their educational institutions at any time and from any location. Faronics will be|
|announcing a new solution at ISTE 2014 that gives administrators whose|
|workstations have Faronics’ Deep Freeze Enterprise solution installed exactly that|
|Deep Freeze protects workstations by “freezing” the desired configuration as|
|determined by the IT administrator. With a simple reboot, Deep Freeze removes|
|any unwelcome or unwanted changes from the system.|
With a well-established record of helping businesses manage, simplify, and secure their IT infrastructure, Faronics makes it possible to do more with less by maximizing the value of existing technology. Faronics is the only endpoint security software vendor to offer a comprehensive layered security solution consisting of anti-virus, application whitelisting, and instant system restore protection. Incorporated in 1996, Faronics has offices in the USA, Canada and the UK, as well as a global network of channel partners. Our solutions are deployed in over 150 countries worldwide, and are helping more than 30,000 organizations.
For more information visit www.faronics.com.
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