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Security Marking for iPads

ipad security markingThis week my 7 year old proudly announced he knew what he wanted for his birthday and with obvious delight he announced an iPad. To be fair I wasn’t that surprised and knew exactly where this idea came from.

Like many schools my sons school uses iPads as part of the children’s education and the children love them. From business to schools and home many of us have also fallen in love with our iPads and tablet computers, but with this increase in iPad use comes the issue of security.

For any of us purchasing a iPad is a serious cost consideration and even more so if you are a business or school. So if you have a number of iPads how do you security mark them to prevent theft and prove ownership?

I was recently surprised to find out that iPads have a special protective coating that makes some standard security marking products ineffective so a more specialised solution is required.

tablet security markingDantech ID Silver Mark is one such product the silver mark stencil labels are made from a special material which CANNOT be removed in one piece and it will break into small pieces if removal is attempted. Even if the label is forcibly removed the text will still glow visible if viewed under an UV lamp, as used by the police, to identify your property.

These stencils are suitable for all equipment with a 'shiny' surface such as iPads, tablets, laptops, projectors, cameras, mobiles, bikes, garden utilities - where chemical etching won't penetrate.

For more details visit www.idmark.com/id-silver-mark/id-silver-mark.html

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