In June of 2010 Apple introduced a complete redesign of their Mac Mini computer. The product launched with great acceptance in the marketplace. Within a week of the launch Tryten received a call from a large east coast school board. They had purchased a large quantity of Mac Minis only to realize that the new design did not incorporate any option for security. Our client asked if Tryen would create a custom solution, and we reassured them that "custom is who we are". Within a few weeks of making contact, the school board had installed each Mac Mini, complete with a security mount built to their specific requirements. At Tryten we have countless stories of customers that couldn't find the right lock for their specific computer, laptop, tablet, point of sale system or a/v equipment, but received a custom solution from us that exceeded expectations.
In 2011 Apple required a solution to secure Mac Mini servers from theft, tampering and USB access. Tryten worked with them to develop a solution that is now used in Apple stores worldwide. In the end, the cost of the custom solution was no more than they would have paid for one of our off-the-shelf products.
Recently Tryten entered the tablet kiosk market. These products, like many of our existing products were derived from repeated client requests. At Tryten we thrive on collaboration with our clients, knowing that their understanding of real world environments combined with our years of experience in designing and manufacturing security products result in a powerful combination. It's for this reason that we welcome all inquiries, regardless of project scope or size.
If your organization has IT hardware that needs to be mounted, locked, secured or showcased, please contact our sales team today to find out how Tryen can deliver the right solution for you.
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May 24, 2013
Crayola Inspires Digital Creativity
The Grand Re-Opening of the Crayola Experience today in Easton, PA animates the blending of art and technology. Eager participants are introduced to a fusion of color and digital media through various attractions spread over four floors of Crayola's newly renovated facility. Eighteen captivating exhibits inspire creativity...