RenewEarth launches Mobisecurity in Tanzania
SECURITYBy BiztechAfrica - July 16, 2012, 1:01 p.m.
RenewEarth Technologies has brought to market solutions to secure both mobile devices and the data on them.
The Mobisecurity solutions will allow users to track lost or stolen devices, as well as remotely lock the devices to protect data on them if they are stolen.
The features on Mobisecurity include data backup and restore, SIM change alerts, the ability to read SMS and call logs of a stolen phone and a hidden callback function.
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