Kensington recognizes that most businesses operate differently. So we’ve designed custom solutions that allow you to select the ideal level of IT control over your equipment while helping employees safeguard against theft and avoid downtime due to misplaced keys.
The perfect solution if you want your IT manager to have a key that accesses all locks while each employee has their own individual lock and key. This gives each employee the power to protect their laptops with a personal lock that can be used anywhere in the office or on-the-go. A master key gives your IT staff universal access to unlock any piece of equipment for upgrades, relocation, replacement or misplaced/lost keys.
This is the solution to go with when you want to implement high-level, convenient on-site security. Physically secure your company’s equipment using identical locks that are restricted to IT staff only. One master key opens them all, giving your IT manager ultimate control and access. Lock down crucial infrastructure like laptops, desktops, servers and network equipment knowing access is as limited as possible.
The ideal option if you’re looking to give a department identical keys, providing wider flexibility and freedom to access its equipment. This gives an office or lab shared locks and keys, offering a solid layer of security against non-employee theft without restricting employee access and productivity. It’s a great way to stretch departmental budgets. Shared access is ideal for specialized environments where employees can check out laptops, tablets, projectors and other shared hardware.
Master Coded locks allow the user to set their own unique combination code. Administrators can overcome the users code using a ComboGenie and a master code made available only to them.
Preset locks have randomly selected codes known only to the user and the administrator. A web based tool keeps track of the codes for the administrator. Preset lock combination codes can not be changed.