Protection at every layer - physical security

HP notebook locks, desktop, workstation, or thin clients, without reducing your performance.

Theft of hardware in the office is surprisingly common. Visitors without permission could easily leave with notebooks and thin clients when the time is right. HP can help you protect your hardware is the most risky.
Security for Notebook
Safety, keeping your notebook safe and equipment. You can buy a standard lock when you buy a notebook.
Remember that you not only have to protect your notebook but also equipment, such as multibay optical drive (DVD / CD drives), additional USB, and buffer notebook. Choose the HP business notebook PC and make it as easy as clicking and key with built-in features that are available.
Security for Thin Client
HP offers two types of approaches to reduce the risk of theft of thin clients:
- Use a security cable to connect a thin client on a table. Could also use a framework of thin clients that put you directly in the table.
- Integrate the thin clients with servers - HP servers in your data center so seeurity components - computer components and data - important data is safe in one location. Thin Client is no longer an expensive device was replaced because the components untul - expensive components and data - data that has been indispensable in the server. Thin Client is stolen, become useless to the thief because the thin clients does not work without sever integration.
Security for Desktop and Workstation
Your desktop and workstation is an important investment that you need to protect. HP makes it easy with several security options that can help protect your investment:
- A solenoid hood lock negate the need for a physical key and lock the chassis with a password. You also can open and close the lock chassis remotely over the network. This key directly on the device attached to your system and act as a key cover. This security solution is only available on HP desktop and workstation specific.
- Key supporters. Use industry-standard keys for your system devices placed on the table so as not to get out of the office and fell into the hands of thieves.
- A PC chassis cover lock to lock the chassis and the keyboard and mouse with a key.
- A rear port controller is clamped to the back of the computer input device to secure and prevent the release or addition of cables on the back of the computer.
- An integrated work center that not only saves space by integrating the monitor with the PC, but also works with a standard Kensington lock secures the monitor separately along with the PC as well.
- An order attached to the wall that you can use to attach your system device on a wall or under the table for m


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