Notebook security will save you more than just the cost of replacing your valuable computer
Laptops are designed to be portable and light. According to an FBI study in 2002, the theft of a single notebook results in an average
financial loss of $89,000, only a small part of which is replacing the hardware.
So how do you keep people from stealing laptops without attaching a ball and
chain and anchoring them to a desk?
Whether you are traveling or working at your desk, simple security devices
can deter the kind of casual theft that results in most laptop losses.
Datamation Systems has developed
the most comprehensive range of notebook security
options anywhere. All are light weight and flexible
and avoid bulky or heavy permanent attachments to
your equipment. Cables loop around chairs or table
legs and coil up for easy carrying. Some come with
convenient pouches. No matter what the solution, you
should make sure you establish a method of key
control that matches your organization's needs: locks
can be keyed alike, keyed differently or
Institutional users – such as schools, universities
and conference and training facilities providing
laptops in classrooms – have the added challenge of
protecting equipment while providing a way to
transport it and re-charge batteries.
We can provide solutions from a number of sources: Kensington MicroSaver and
Master Lock, PC Guardian, Targus, Defcon, Secure-It Kablit, Snap-It, Security
Works and more.
For additional information on protecting notebook
and netbook PCs,
please contact us, or E-mail Colleen
Ritter at: firstname.lastname@example.org