The ever-expanding Snuko, P.L.C. has recently announced its latest development in increasing security for Android smartphone users. Snuko, a specialist in laptop and smartphone security, has devoted itself to helping users protect themselves from theft and loss. It also recognizes the utility of proactively protecting technology, making it easier to recover the items in the event of theft or inadvertent loss. Today, nearly twenty-five percent of the smartphone market operates on the Android platform, powered by Google. Cellular phone giants Sony, Samsung, Motorola, HTC, Dell and LG have all manufactured smartphones relying upon the Android platform.
Based upon the rapid growth and popularity of the Android platform, Snuko foresaw the great possibility for success in marketing a security product aimed at Android smartphone users. Luckily, Snuko will be releasing a Beta-version Android-based security download to be used by any Android smartphone user interested in protecting their phone in the event of theft. The security will enable Snuko to remotely block out the operating system, rendering the phone useless to thieves. In addition, the company will be able to remotely locate the item in order to assist law enforcement in the recovery of an Android phone. With the average smartphone retail value reaching nearly $313 American dollars, this is security we cannot afford to forego.
Carlos Benvenuti, Snuko CEO, is ecstatic about this ‘milestone’ and remarks the following: “This release has been one of our major milestones and we are very pleased to be able to deliver what we have promised to our shareholders, partners and customers. The release of our Snuko mobile Security for Android phones is only the first in several supported mobile platforms to come in the near future.”
Snuko’s forthcoming software promises many invaluable and technologically-forward features. For example, the software allows users to send a request to Snuko for it to remotely locate the geographical positioning of the device. It will remotely encrypt personal data stored on the phone as well as wipe the call logs from the phone to protect the privacy of the owner. Interestingly, Android users who have installed the Snuko software will be alerted when the fraudster installs a new SIM card and can even relay the new telephone number associated with the SIM card to the old owner. Probably the most helpful tool is the feature which allows Snuko to remotely lock out the phone and display a clear message to the finder or thief as to how and where to return the phone.
Be sure to visit Snuko.com for the latest information as to the latest smartphone technology. As reports of technology theft are on the rise, Android users cannot afford to miss this opportunity!
View original article here, as authored by Stephanie S. Reidlinger: http://snukoantitheft.wordpress.com/2011/03/01/snuko-technology-continues-to-expand-into-android-security-market/