1. Keep your data backed up at all times.
Backing up is not the arduous task it once was. External hard drives require no installation, are super quick in transferring data via SuperSpeed USB 3.0 and are compatible with older USB connections too. Try to get out twice the size of your regular hard drive to guarantee space for future files.
2. The internet is not infallible.
Keep your data accessible. USB sticks are plug-and-play portable devices, ensuring you’re prepared for a presentation or a simple transfer of files. A reliable option for work, home and on-the-go.
3. Safeguard your confidential files.
Security for the USB flash drive continues to improve with each generation. With TAA compliance, you can be ensured that your data is business secure on your USB stick. For additional peace of mind, the drive locks down and reformats after 10 intrusion attempts. It also features a read-only access mode to avoid potential malware risks. Check out our encrypted flash drives here.
Antistatic tools are used to safely ground electronic components when working on sensitive electronic equipment. They are there to help you protect electronic components, such as semiconductor components, from Electro Static Discharge (ESD).grounding clip
Antistatic tools help keep the equipment safe from ESD, therefore minimizing the risk of components being ruined due to static. In the long run, antistatic tools are an investment as they help reduce money lost on damages done during repairs.
Antistatic tools are used in a multitude of places, spanning production departments and advanced labs in microelectronic industry, to self-taught technicians working on building or repairing their own computers and devices.
Antistatic tools are very simple to use. Mats can be laid out on any surface, and using the grounding clip, properly grounded before use. The antistatic wrist strap has is adjustable and therefore can be worn comfortably. It too has an extendable 3m chord for maximum flexibility and comfort.