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Mobile device manager for Maltese parents

3CX, developer of the award-winning Windows voice-over IP phone system, will celebrate the beta launch of 3CX mobile device manager by giving away 50 free mobile device management accounts to parents in Malta.

3CX Mobile Device Manager can remotely track any child with an iPhone or Android phone (2.1 and up), over Google Maps, and can even provide a complete history of where the child has been for a selected period of time.

The product is ideal for parents as they review apps their children have installed on their devices, giving them the ability to remove harmful apps quickly and easily. The device can be locked remotely in case someone other than a child is using the device. Data can also be wiped if a child loses his or her phone, even if it isn’t connected to the internet, and this includes all data, e-mail, messages and personal photos.

“Parents no longer need to stay up late worrying about where their children are,” said 3CX chief executive Nick Galea. “Most child­ren wouldn’t dream of leaving their precious mobile phone or tablet behind, meaning their location can always be checked using 3CX Mobile Device Manager.”

The offer of a free 3CX Mobile Device Manager account, which includes all available features, is valid until March 31.

3CX offices in Australia, Cyprus, Germany, Hong Kong, Malta, South Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.

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