Kensington MicroSaver 2.0 Master Keyed Lock Protects Cal State Classroom Equipment
Kensington, a worldwide leader of desktop computing and mobility solutions for IT, business and home office professionals and The Professionals' Choice, today announced that California State University, Stanislaus has deployed Kensington's Master Keyed Lock System to protect valuable classroom equipment and streamline IT maintenance for the college.
Stanislaus State serves a diverse student body of more than 9,000 in the Central Valley of California. Information Technology Consultant Luis Segovia is responsible for maintenance of the University's technology and audio visual resources across campus that support administrative requirements and academic development. The University has been using a set of older Kensington MicroSaver locks to secure a variety of computing and audio visual equipment and deter theft.
"A former IT consultant originally purchased individual locks and keys for individual equipment, making it difficult to sort through which keys belonged to which locks," Segovia said. "This can use up a lot of unnecessary time when we are checking and testing equipment for maintenance purposes."