LaptopLocate.net is a software utility that will monitor a computer's IP address to allow server administrators and general users to locate their computer. Each time a computer that has LaptopLocate.net is turned on, the IP address is logged.
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Description: Tometa LaptopLocate.net is a software utility that will monitor a computer's IP address to allow server administrators and general users to locate their computer. Using cutting edge technology, each time a computer that has LaptopLocate.net is turned on, the IP address of the computer is transmitted to a pre-determined location via email and logged for reference. This information is also transmitted to our servers and logged in the event your computer is ever stolen. Even if your email server fails we still know where your laptop is!
LaptopLocate.net is helpful in finding where computers, especially mobile computers, are currently located. If the computer is stolen, Tometa Software will coordinate with law enforcement agencies to help track down a registered user's computer before valuable equipment and data is compromised.
Technologies in LaptopLocate.net are licensed from Absolute Software patent numbers: 6507914 : 6244758 : 6300863
LaptopLocate.net uses almost no resources to run and after a quick 1 minute setup user's can rest easy knowing their computer can be located anywhere or anytime.
Award winning LaptopLocate.net is used by Fortune 500 companies, personal users, governments and small businesses worldwide for their computer location monitoring needs.
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