John Livingston

John Livingston is the chairman and CEO of Vancouver-based Absolute Software. Absolute invented the computer tracking and loss control product category with the introduction of Computrace in 1994. Prior to taking the helm of Absolute, Livingston was a faculty member of the School of Business at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. He can be reached at [email protected]

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