Most people believe that by equipping their notebooks with popular antivirus software. This is sufficient enough to protect their notebooks against these malicious viruses. Think again! When there is more than one way where you can lose your notebook or passwords, more safety measures have to be in place to protect your assets and data.
As more customer-oriented activities such as banking, shopping, and the reading of newspapers have shifted towards an online presence; consumers often have numerous passwords to remember. The fingerprint authentication featured on models such as the LifeBook S and P series, is a system that offers a secure way of protecting personal systems while eliminating the need to remember numerous passwords. With the simple swipe of a pre-registered fingerprint onto the sensor, users can effortlessly log into webpages and access encrypted files and folders.
If you have ever accidentally dropped or moved your notebook too violently and then lost your valuable data as a result, Fujitsu has a thoughtful application for you. The Fujitsu 3D Shock Sensor, with an advanced three-axis sensor technology, automatically helps to reduce the risk of hard disk drive damage.
Upon detection of movement, the hard disk drive head automatically retracts so as to prevent the sensitive disk surface from being scratched, leading to potential loss of any or all information. New security enhancements are now possible too. Imagine your notebook automatically locking itself with password protection during thefts or robbery attempts, because movements were sensed. To prevent unwanted disruptions, simply personalize the sensitivity setting. Add to this the spill-resistant keyboard, and you are well protected against life’s minor accidents. Fujitsu has it all figured out for you.
With the ease of notebooks being stolen and hacked into, the unauthorised use of notebook data can strike anytime, anywhere. Being aware of the diverse range of security options including security panels, BIOS, HDD security, TPM, and fingerprint authentication will allow consumers to protect their notebook systems. The possibilities of notebook security remain endless with technologies such as voice detectors, retina scanners and even palm vein authentication. Notebook users can be assured that their notebooks and secured documents are well taken care of.
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