Sal Cangeloso posted a review of Phoenix FailSafe laptop anti-theft protection software today on Geek.com. Below is some of what he had to say:
"The basic structure of FailSafe is pretty simple. It’s a software tool that you install on your computer that, when connected to the internet, gives you control of the system through a website. A web-based dashboard offers you a surprising amount of information while giving you access to files as well as the ability to exert some control over the computer’s data. It is only of use if your computer is missing/stolen so it is not a deterrent (in fact it would be best if the thief does not know you have it installed). For this article the consumer version of the software was used on a Dell 14z laptop."
Read the entire review here: