Also, to combat visual hacking, HPI devices also come with an integrated privacy screen to restrict the view of screens starting from 35°from the centre. This reduces up to 95% of the visible light, drastically reducing risk when viewing sensitive documents.
As well as combating the vulnerabilities at their source, HPI devices also come with the world's first and only management toolkit certified for the Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager. This means that IT administrators can manage all their device security features remotely for their entire fleet, without the need to develop additional plug-ins for HPI PCs when managed in Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager.
Whilst there are a vast range of security solutions to help provide resilience and defence in depth, many organisations continue to operate with serious security gaps at their endpoints. HPI's security solutions embedded within the endpoint close these gaps, making HPI devices not only the most secure, but also the most manageable.
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