AUSTIN, Texas, January 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Computer theft is big business. According to the 2010 BSI Computer Theft Survey, 5.5 million computers have been stolen in the last 3 years in the U.S. alone. Approximately 95% of these are never recovered. And yet, much of this theft is preventable: IT managers have estimated that employing a lock would reduce the number of incidents by almost half. Now MacLocks (http://www.maclocks.com/), the leading producer of locks for all Apple computers, is making that prevention possible, following up their successful iPad lock (http://www.maclocks.com/i-pad-lock.html) with one for the iMac.
The all new Maximum Security iMac lock ( http://www.maclocks.com/imac-lock-high-security.html) makes it easier than ever to lock down an iMac:
- Installs in minutes using simple everyday tools - Servicing the iMac is made easy - just unlock the security plate to remove - The swivel plate allows for total iMac rotation enhancing flexibility - The lock's inconspicuous design and low-profile does not detract from the iMac's aesthetics and puts an end to ugly, obsolete cages or bulky chains - The lock also secures the iMac keyboard and mouse
What's more, the lock also helps protect your iMac from breakage and damage by preventing knock-over.
MacLocks also offers an iMac Cable Lock ( http://www.maclocks.com/imac-locks/imac-security-cable-lock.html) that is compatible with most Apple computers. This cable security lock (http://www.laptoplocks.com/laptoplock.html) is an enhanced laptop lock which includes a patented feature that secures not only the computer but its peripheral cables too.
MacLocks is currently offering the iMac lock at the introduction price of $99.95, a tiny investment considering the alternative. According to the BSI survey, the average total replacement cost of one stolen computing device is over $43,000 with downtime ranging from several days to over a month. There are also data replacement costs, insurance hassles, and possible fallout from privacy breaches and negligence.
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