Apple iPad Security
The use of iPads in public scenarios is becoming more popular as businesses and organisations discover how versatile they can be used. The benefits are instantly apparent; we now see iPads replacing conventional tills at points of sale or informative displays in museums, or menu cards in restaurants.
This presents opportunists and thieves with a tempting option; iPads are still high value items which are highly sought after. As such Apple iPad security measures have to be employed whenever they are in use in high traffic areas.
What is already out there?
Different forms of security exist, electronic and physical. Unfortunately, the physical security we find today varies greatly in terms of effectiveness; wire cables can be easily cut, and due to the fact that there is no actual built-in anchor point on the iPad to attach them to, cheap solutions which just use an adhesive can be pulled clean off with a good ‘tug’. Electronic solutions are easily bypassed as well, although it is possible to safeguard any sensitive information on the iPad, by using methods such as remote wiping or kill switches. They are a means of last resort as they do not actually solve the problem of the iPad being stolen or damaged in the first place.
When left unattended, an Apple iPad can vanish in seconds
The solution is an all-round tablet enclosure, a physical barrier that deters would-be criminals. They know it will be a futile attempt to overcome this barrier. However, the enclosure should not hinder the iPad in its functions. The Gripzo Gorilla grip ticks all the right boxes when it comes to security, functionality and style. At first sight two things are clear: it is secure and not only does it deter, it does so in a stylish and aesthetically pleasing fashion. In terms of functionality, it is released from the enclosure in no more than 3 seconds utilising the custom key. Thus retaining one of the major attributes that makes the iPad so great, portability.
When it comes to iPad security for use in public spaces, look no further than the Gripzo Gorilla grips.