3M Privacy Screen Protectors for Tablet PCs Previewed at Infosecurity Europe 2011
“According to a recent Gartner report(1), by 2013 80 per cent of businesses will support a workforce using tablets, said Nick Hughes, Marketing Manager, 3M Mobile Interactive Solutions Division. “In anticipation of this dramatic growth, we will be launching a new range of 3M Privacy Screen Protectors for tablets in the summer of 2011. Visitors to the Infosecurity Europe stand will see an early demonstration of how effective they are in safeguarding on-screen data from unauthorised viewing and helping to achieve visual data compliance.”
Also on the stand will be the 3M Gold Privacy Filter for laptops and existing black privacy filters, which are also suitable for desktop monitors in an office environment. The new gold models are designed to offer IT security executives and business professionals a combination of style, enhanced security and market leading clarity and brightness.
The black and gold filters are simple, reliable protection tools that fit neatly over laptop screens, and can be readily removed and stored when privacy is not required. They are specifically designed to restrict anyone positioned to the side from seeing private data on the user’s screen while travelling or working in a public environment.
The first 250 visitors that register at the 3M stand will receive a gold or standard black filter for free (they will need to be carrying their laptop, or a record of their laptop size, make and model, or they can check on the 3M Product Selector via www.3M.co.uk/privacyfilters).
For more information about 3M Gold Privacy Filters and the company’s diverse range of mobile projection, privacy and protection products, please visit www.3M.co.uk/mobileinteractive
(1) Gartner’s Top Prediction for IT Organisations and Users, 2011 and Beyond: IT’s Growing Transparency (www.gartner.com/predicts2011)
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