Absolute Software, a provider in self-healing endpoint and secure access solutions, is collaborating with Ivanti to give Absolute Resilience customers the ability to strengthen the health and resiliency of Ivanti Neurons for Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) through Absolute’s 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 remains healthy, installed, and working effectively.
Anchored by its patented Persistence technology residing in more than 500 million endpoints, Absolute provides an undeletable digital tether to every device to help ensure the highest levels of resiliency.
With Ivanti Neurons for UEM, organizations have visibility across their IT assets, including mobile devices—opening a path to hyper-automation for IT teams and enabling them to self-secure and self-service devices and provide a personalized, contextual digital employee experience.
“The ability to extend Absolute’s undeletable line of defense to Ivanti Neurons gives us the confidence that our joint customers always know where their most valuable assets are—and with continuous secure access,” said Daren Goeson, vice president and GM of unified endpoint management products at Ivanti.
Absolute’s Application Persistence catalog is comprised of more than 50 security and business applications needed to enable a reliable, resilient work from anywhere experience.
In addition to Ivanti Neurons for UEM, Absolute Resilience customers can also persist Ivanti Endpoint Manager, Ivanti Security Controls, and Ivanti Connect Secure.
“Absolute’s unique intelligence consistently shows that the complexity of today’s device environments has left endpoint agents under constant threat of colliding with other applications or being disabled by malicious or negligent users. By ensuring their app remains healthy and working effectively, Ivanti is helping to strengthen the overall security posture of our joint customers,” said Edward Choi, SVP of global alliances at Absolute Software.