Home Mobile Norton 360 Extends Security to Your Mobile Devices

With Smartphone and tablets being employed today as a smaller version of the PC, they are also susceptible to the similar threats and security issues. Besides being harmed by viruses and other threats, your mobile phone or tablet can get lost, even stolen.

Security of the device and the information stored in it is, therefore, a primary concern.   Luckily, Norton goes further than computer security to help you guard your identity, your confidentiality, all your devices and the imperative information stored in them against loss, pilfering, viruses and other mobile risks. So no matter whether you access the Web through your PC or through your mobile, Norton has you sheltered.

Individuals using the iPhone, iPad and Android mobile devices, can make use of the application, Norton Connect Beta and it can be downloaded in Apple App Store or the Android Market. Launched by Symantec, the software offers plethora of beneficial features.

It offers protection to you, your Android Smartphone, and an Android tablet against all kinds of threat from viruses and other dangerous downloads. You can regain your missing, or stolen mobile devices using it. It also shows you the spot of your missing appliance on a map to let you get it promptly.

The mobile security lets you present a customizable message to anyone who locates your missing phone, so you allowing you to craft measures to find it back. It also fixes ordinary computer troubles, removes avoidable files, and cleans up your hard drive. By increasing mobile security, Norton 360 will benefit millions of these users who access the web via their Smartphone or tablets.

A wide range of Norton products is available to choose. The latest mobile and tablet security products include Norton Mobile Security and Norton Hotspot Privacy. The Norton products are designed to present absolute protection and security to mobile devices only. It also presents some extremely superior products such as Norton 360 Multi-Device, Norton Online Backup, Norton Anti-Theft to protect the multi – device.

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You can install, control, attach, update, and renew Norton 360 Multi-Device on all of your devices via Cloud-based controls. A few simple clicks and it will be done.

Anti-theft functions help you trace and lock your device if it’s missing or stolen, and even allow you click a photo of someone facing your device. It also offers the facility to set out a “scream” alarm that lets you easily locate your phone if you lose it, even though your phone is on silent or vibrate mode.

The multi-device product of Norton secures multiple mobile devices with single user-friendly Web-based service.

The Norton Online Backup device supports the contacts from your Android, iPhone, or iPad. It also restores them lest they get deleted by mistake, or you purchase a novel gadget.

You won’t have to spend many bucks for buying all these products and ensuring maximum safety and protection of your gadgets.

[author] Author Bio – Alizzaa Morrie is the freelance writer writing on behalf of digmlm.com, she is inviting you to read more about Norton 360 for Mobile and other computer security threats you need to know this summer.[/author_info] [/author]

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2 replies to this post
  1. It’s really a need to have a good and effective security software at our mobile devices and no doubt Norton 360 is a good option today.

    Thanks for this informative article Savita.

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