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The Recording Academy® Producers & Engineers Wing® Holds “Lost In Transaction” Panel Event at Ocean Way Studios in Nashville

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Hosted by the Nashville Chapter of The Recording Academy®, “Lost In Transaction” Focuses on Business, Economic and Financial Aspects of the Music Production Environment

Santa Monica, Calif — On Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014, the Producers & Engineers Wing® of The Recording Academy®, in conjunction with The Recording Academy Nashville Chapter, hosted “Lost In Transaction,” a panel discussion that focused on the increasingly complex and intricate landscape that the music industry has become for artists, record producers and recording engineers. The event was held in the evening at Ocean Way Studios in the heart of Nashville’s Music Row district. An audience of nearly 100 Recording Academy members and others gathered in the facility’s Studio A — once the soaring sanctuary of a church — to hear a trio of panelists uniquely qualified to parse the complicated business environment that the music industry has become.

Attorney Elizabeth Gregory has handled contractual matters for record labels, producers, songwriters and major- and indie-label artists, as well as licensing for a number of leading law firms in Los Angeles and Nashville, and in 2001 launched her own boutique practice in Nashville specializing in representation for artists, producers, songwriters, independent labels and publishers.

Entrepreneur and author Jay Frank is the Owner and CEO of DigSin, a singles-focused music company that leverages platforms including social networks and analytics to expose artists to a wider audience, and formerly Senior Vice President of Music Strategy for CMT and Vice President of Music Programming and Label Relations for Yahoo! Music.

Joe D’Ambrosio heads talent management company Joe D’Ambrosio Management, Inc., whose roster includes GRAMMY®-winning producers Tony Visconti, Hugh Padgham, Kevin Killen, Jay Newland, Frank Filipetti, Elliot Scheiner and Lawrence Manchester, as well as mixer Joe Zook, arrangers Rob Mounsey and Larry Gold, sound designer Nathaniel Hare and many others. Before founding his company, Joe was the personal manager of the late producer and 14-time GRAMMY Award-winner Phil Ramone.

The panel was moderated by Dan Daley, a leading and respected journalist and author who covers the business of entertainment technology globally for publications including Billboard, Resolution, Sound on Sound, the London Daily Telegraph, Fast Company and Wired. He also moderated the first “Lost In Transaction” event hosted by P&E Wing and Nashville Chapter in 2013.

Daley opened the event, briefly but comprehensively recounting the immense transition that producers’ business models have undergone, from simply a portion of an artist’s retail points when CDs were king, to a growing variety of diverse sources, including downloads, streaming and publishing, each with its own potential upsides and disadvantages. “They don’t all add up to what they used to,” said D’Ambrosio. The conversation then went on to cover the decline of download sales and the rise of streaming, the pros and cons of producer-owned studios, the benefits and drawbacks of taking more guaranteed compensation upfront versus counting on more royalty participation on the back end, how stems and music-minus tracks have taken on new importance (and potential for abuse), and the enhanced role that data plays in music production and marketing today. A spirited Q&A with the audience took place after the panel discussion, and questions ranged from how companies like Spotify and Pandora are changing the fabric of the music business to how much Nashville’s music industry has changed as a result of all of these forces.

“‘Lost In Transaction’ has become a highly anticipated event for both the Producers & Engineers Wing and The Recording Academy Nashville Chapter,” stated Maureen Droney, Managing Director of the P&E Wing. “It covers an often overlooked but critical aspect of music production, which is the business of music production. We all love the technical aspects of making music, and our passion for music itself has never been stronger. But without a firm understanding of the how our industry is changing around us, our ability to continue to make music for a living becomes imperiled. ‘Lost in Transaction” is how we keep our members aware of how the music business is changing.”

Photo Caption: Pictured L-R: Shannon Sanders, Nashville P&E Wing Committee Co-Chair; panelist Joe D’Ambrosio, talent management company head; Julian King, Nashville P&E Wing Committee Co-Chair; panelist and attorney Elizabeth Gregory; panelist Jay Frank, entrepreneur and author and Owner/CEO of DigSin; moderator Dan Daley; and Jeff Balding, President of The Reco

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Waves Audio to Offer WavesLive Mixing Master Classes at Soundcheck Nashville

Waves Audio, the leading provider of audio DSP solutions for the professional, live sound, broadcast and consumer electronics markets, will be holding a two-day WavesLive master class event at Soundcheck Nashville, January 12 and 13, 2015.

The master classes will feature top live sound engineers Sean “Sully” Sullivan (Beck, Norah Jones), Pete Keppler (Nine Inch Nails, Katy Perry), Zito (OneRepublic, Backstreet Boys), and Stephen Bailey (Matt Redman, Rend Collective), as well as post-production mixing engineer Jeremiah Clever (Elevation Church). The presenters will show how to integrate Waves plugins into live mixing consoles, offer an up-close look at plugin “problem-solvers,” and demonstrate how they use Waves plugins in their live and studio mixing sessions.

Each day’s presentations and workshops will be followed by an open Q&A session. Waves product specialists Luke Smith, Johnny Mann and Noam Raz will also be on hand to provide in-depth information on Waves plugins and their integration into live systems using the Waves MultiRack application.

Where:
Soundcheck – Studio B
750 Cowan St.
Nashville, TN 37207

Each day will have a different focus and may be attended separately:

January 12, 12pm–5pm: Waves Solutions for Houses of Worship

The DiGiGrid Product Line: Overview and Demos
Mixing with Plugins Workshops:
Using Waves Tools for Post-Production at Elevation Church (presented by post-production mixing engineer Jeremiah Clever)
Mixing Matt Redman (presented by FOH engineer Stephen Bailey)
Mixing Katy Perry (presented by FOH engineer Pete Keppler)
Speech Intelligibility in the Studio and Live (panel with Pete Keppler, Jeremiah Clever, and Steven Bailey).

January 13, 10am–2pm: Waves Solutions for Live Sound

WavesLive Solutions: Overview and Demos
The SoundGrid Audio Network
Mixing with Plugins Workshops:
Mixing Katy Perry (presented by FOH engineer Pete Keppler)
Mixing Norah Jones & Beck (presented by FOH engineer Sean “Sully” Sullivan)
Mixing OneRepublic (presented by FOH engineer Zito)
Loudness (panel with Pete Keppler, Sean “Sully” Sullivan and Zito)

To sign up and for questions about the WavesLive Mixing Master Classes in Nashville, contact WavesLive at the Event Page.

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Billy Bush Uses DiGiGrid DLS to Enhance Networking and Processing Power

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Renowned producer/engineer Billy Bush (Garbage, Jake Bugg, The Naked and Famous, Neon Trees) uses the DiGiGrid DLS audio interface to enhance networking capabilities and significantly increase processing power.

DiGiGrid DLS (a collaboration between Waves Audio and DiGiCo) is an all-in-one processing and networking hub that bridges Pro Tools and the SoundGrid® system. With its built-in SoundGrid DSP server, network switch, and two DigiLink ports providing as many as 64 digital inputs and outputs, DiGiGrid DLS gives users more processing power and lets them take full advantage of their existing Pro Tools system. By providing full plugin integration inside users’ DAWs, DiGiGrid DLS lets users track, monitor and mix while running hundreds of SoundGrid-compatible Waves and third-party plugins in real time—all with an incredibly low latency of only 0.8 milliseconds.

Bush says, “Since I moved to the HDX system I’ve been missing the ability to record while monitoring with some of my favorite effect plugins. I’ve always believed that a DSP server-based architecture is the way to go when you are recording into a plugin-heavy session. DiGiGrid DLS helps me create an interesting sound that people can react and play to. Even though I’m using the latest Mac Pro and an HDX-2 system, I’m always looking for more processing power. Being able to put AUX plugins on the DLS, particularly the stereo buss plugin processing, helps me control the overall latency. I also really love the StudioRack plugin—it’s great to be able to have my channel strips dialed in and ready to go with one click!”

On the advantages of using the DLS for networking, Bush says, “As much as I love the DSP power of the DLS, the one thing I was truly surprised about was the system’s networking ability. Since we have multiple computers running a number of different DAWs at any given time, being able to route them via Ethernet through the DLS to the main Pro Tools session is such a timesaver. No more USB keys or emailing a WAV—I can instantly open up eight channels from one system, and we can audition what is happening on another rig right in the session.”

Bush adds, “We are also really excited to try it out in the live setting. Being able to use live the same plugin presets and chains that we have in the studio will be such a timesaver. It’s great when there is something from the studio we can incorporate into the live show: this way we can make the show better and bring it closer to what we experience sonically in the studio.”

To read more about DiGiGrid DLS go to: http://www.digigrid.net/portfolio/dls/.

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The Audio Engineering Society Returns to New York City for AES139 Convention – October 2015

— AES announces Jim Anderson and Paul Gallo to Co-Chair AES139 Convention —

New York, NY — The Audio Engineering Society is set to bring the AES139 International Convention to the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City, NY, October 29 – November 1, 2015 (Conference Oct. 29 – Nov. 1, Exhibits Oct. 30 – Nov. 1). Following highly-successful conventions in Los Angeles (2014) and New York (2013), which saw increased attendance as well as the development of expanded attendee and exhibitor offerings including the Project Studio Expo, Live Sound Expo and High Resolution Audio sessions, the 139th AES Convention will bring together the world’s largest gathering of audio professionals for four days of audio technology, information, and networking. Additionally, longtime industry veterans Jim Anderson and Paul Gallo have been announced as co-chairs for the convention, each lending his own unique and storied experiences to the AES agenda this year.

From recording and production, to broadcast and streaming, game audio, live sound, post-production, sound for picture, product design and more, attendees will have the opportunity to hear from top audio industry figures while immersed in the latest research and technology through informative presentations and special events. Furthermore, the AES will once again present the year’s only dedicated professional audio-focused convention, drawing attendees from every market sector and level of involvement – from students and enthusiasts to leading professionals from every corner of the industry.

AES Executive Director Bob Moses commented, “I’m really excited that Jim Anderson and Paul Gallo have agreed to co-chair our AES139 Convention. Both are legendary in the NY recording, broadcast and pro audio communities, and we expect to hit the ball out of the park in 2015 just like we did recently in L.A. Lots of new ideas are in the works – this is going to be another great year under their leadership and with participation from our amazing exhibitors and sponsors.”

Further information on the AES139 International Convention to be available at http://www.aes.org/events/139/.

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College of Southern Nevada’s Audio Recording Technology Program Educates Students on Using Waves Plugins and DiGiGrid

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John Jacobson, Audio Recording Technology Professor at the College of Southern Nevada (CSN), has chosen Waves Audio plugins and DiGiGrid audio interfaces for the Audio Recording Technology Program’s facility.

Equipped with an arsenal of Waves equipment, CSN’s audio setup includes the following: a main Control Room with an SSL AWS900 console, Pro Tools 11 HDX, and the Waves Diamond bundle; a second Control Room featuring a vintage Trident Series 65, Pro Tools 11 HD3, the Waves Diamond bundle, a DiGiGrid DLS, and Waves SoundGrid Studio software; the “Nomad,” a portable, self-contained digital recording system with a Waves Native Power Pack and Pro Tools 11 Native; and the Lab (three iMac recording setups for student use), each with a Waves Native Power Pack and Pro Tools 11 Native.

Prof. Jacobson notes, “The main reason for the College of Southern Nevada getting the DiGiGrid DLS was to update our second Control Room, called the Trident Room due to its having a vintage Trident Series 65 console in it. We have a recent Mac (‘tower’-type), and we have just upgraded to Pro Tools 11. But the three interfaces in the Trident Room are ‘legacy’ ones: Digidesign 96 and 192, and an Apogee Rosetta 800. These will NOT work with Pro Tools 11, and the cost to replace them was more than we could afford. Adding the DiGiGrid DLS interface was a cost-effective way to upgrade our Pro Tools system. In addition, the DLS (and the SoundGrid Studio software) do indeed provide near-zero latency and function as advertised. I haven’t used the DLS’s processing-sharing capability yet, but that may very well come into play as we continue to expand and rearrange our facility at CSN. As innocent as the DLS front panel appears, it does warrant us calling it the ‘Magic Box’!”

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Listen Technologies Loop Induction Assistive Listening Systems Nominated for “Impact Product of the Year” Awards by Readers of Commercial Integrator and TechDecisions

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Listen Technologies Corporation, the leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of assistive listening products for over 16 years, is proud to announce that its Loop Induction Assistive Listening Systems (ListenLoop) have been nominated, along with 28 other industry-leading products, for the “Impact Product of the Year” Awards by readers of Commercial Integrator (integration professionals) and TechDecisions (primarily end users).

The Commercial Integrator website listing the nominations states these criteria: “We wanted our end-of-year product coverage to be dictated by the consultants and integrators who read CI and the end users who read TechDecisions. We asked readers to submit thoughts on products that made a significant impact on their businesses in 2014. Maybe the product offers features previously unavailable; Maybe it lowers the price point enough to expand a feature to new customer groups; Maybe it reduces design or installation time enough to save the integration firm on labor; Maybe its features make service easier and facilitate recurring revenue; or Maybe it’s just incredibly cool. We’ve highlighted 29 products that, according to readers, meet those criteria.”

ListenLoop technology makes it possible to extend users’ assistive listening solution to anyone with a t-coil enabled hearing aid or cochlear implant. That means users can offer their visitors or patrons the uniquely personal and discrete experience of listening to an audio signal directly through their own hearing aid—without any additional receivers or equipment.

The nominations page cites the following quote, from Mike Shelton, senior systems engineer, AMT Systems, who experienced ListenLoop via a Commercial Integrator Hands-On Review: “With a typical RF system everybody wears a pack and you have a visual indication that you have a hearing issue. With [ListenLoop, on the other hand] you just flip a switch and you can hear perfectly clear and nobody knows … so people don’t feel like they’re being stigmatized. This makes using the system completely invisible.”

Russ Gentner, Listen CEO, stated, “It is always a special honor to be nominated for accolades by journalists and manufacturer peers, but it is another honor altogether to be nominated by integrators and end users – the individuals using our products out in the real world. We are tremendously proud to be acknowledged as we continue to provide the best solutions in the world of assistive listening.”

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FOH Engineer Greg Nelson Chooses Waves for Pearl Jam

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Top FOH engineer Greg Nelson (Pearl Jam, Incubus) chooses to use Waves Audio plugins and Waves MultiRack SoundGrid when touring with Pearl Jam.

Nelson recalls, “I started using Waves in 2002 while mixing some live bootlegs for Incubus. I think it was just the Waves L1 Ultramaximizer and the Waves C4 Multiband Compressor on the master to smooth out the mix a bit. They sounded better than anything else around at the time and I loved using them. I was so excited when they were made available for use in a live environment.”

Describing his current setup on the road with Pearl Jam, Nelson says, “I am mixing Pearl Jam on a DiGiCo SD5 with Waves MultiRack SoundGrid and the Waves Server One. My favorite Waves plugins when working with Pearl Jam are the MV2 for kick and especially snare; the H-Comp Hybrid Compressor for vocals; the C6 Multiband Compressor for vocals and slight master bus tuning; and the CLA-3A Compressor/Limiter for guitars. I also use the Waves API 550 EQ, which works great on anything! On the master busses, I just use the Renaissance Compressor for some slight compression (a ratio of 1.8), and just a taste of the C6 again to smooth things out. I am a big believer in letting your live mix have dynamics and letting everything breathe. On my rec bus I do a bit of mastering with a Waves L2 Ultramaximizer, a C6, a Waves Q10 Equalizer (still great after all these years) and a bit of Waves S1 Stereo Imager just to widen the mix a bit, as I don’t do too much hard panning in arena shows.”

“Waves just makes the SD5 so much better,” Nelson adds. “Waves plugins run so seamlessly that I often forget they’re not just part of the console!”

For more information, please visit www.waveslive.com.

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GC Pro Unveils Spanish-Language Microsite

— Featuring many of the same resources as its English-language counterpart, GC Pro’s new Spanish page is geared toward the growing Latino audio community —

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA — Guitar Center Professional (GC Pro), the outside sales division of Guitar Center that focuses on the needs of professional users, announces a new Spanish-language microsite at GCPro.com. Intended to serve the U.S.’s growing Latino audio community, the new section of the site will be updated regularly and will offer the same types of resources as its English-language counterpart: GC Pro installation profiles, account manager contact information, product spotlights and more. The microsite is accessible by clicking on “GC Pro en Español” on the right-hand side of the English-language main page.

Derek Snyder, GC Pro Director, Western Region, notes, “A cool feature of the site allows Spanish speakers to either chat live with one of our GC Pro call center associates or be connected to six regionally positioned account managers who are fluent in both the Spanish language and the unique needs of Latin American music professionals.”

“In an effort to better serve Spanish-speaking producers, engineers, artists, studio owners and GC Pro affiliates, we have introduced this new section of our site,” stated Rick Plushner, GC Pro Vice President. “We are a strong supporter of all types and traditions of music-making, and the Latin music scene in the U.S. has grown from a niche market to a mainstream juggernaut. We have built a firm relationship with this community – for instance, GC Pro was a proud sponsor of the recent ‘En La Mezcla’ Latin GRAMMY® Week P&E Wing event at Studio at the Palms in Las Vegas – and we look forward to continuing to serve this community for years to come – on our site, in our physical GC Pro locations and in the field.”

For more information, please visit www.gcpro.com.

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Waves Audio and DiGiCo Are Now Shipping DiGiGrid IOS

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Waves Audio and DiGiCo expand their DiGiGrid line of advanced audio interfaces with DiGiGrid IOS, an audio interface with a built-in SoundGrid® DSP server for plugin processing. DiGiGrid IOS features eight mic/line inputs with broadcast/studio-quality preamps, eight line outputs, two headphone outputs, and MIDI, S/PDIF and AES ins and outs.

DiGiGrid IOS is the most comprehensive all-in-one solution for native DAW users (Logic, Cubase, Nuendo, Ableton, Pro Tools Native, etc.), and is ideal for both professional and personal production studios. It brings more power to users’ plugins and provides advanced networking, faster workflow and award-winning DiGiCo preamps.

DiGiGrid IOS comes with the complete SoundGrid Studio System software (the SoundGrid Studio Application, StudioRack, and the eMotion ST mixer). Used in combination with this software, DiGiGrid IOS lets users mix and monitor in real time using hundreds of their favorite SoundGrid-compatible Waves and third-party plugins, with super-low latency of only 0.8 milliseconds.

Need more I/Os? A single Cat 5e or Cat 6 Ethernet cable is all you need to connect additional SoundGrid components to your network via the built-in network switch.

DiGiGrid IOS features:

8 mic/line inputs, 8 line outputs, 2 headphone outputs
Built-in SoundGrid DSP server
ASIO/Core Audio-compliant audio interface
Software-controlled award-winning preamps
MIDI, S/PDIF, and AES/EBU inputs and outputs
Connects via a single Ethernet cable (Cat 5e/Cat 6)
Quick-view front panel metering and status indicators
High-definition ADC/DAC conversion

Video: http://youtu.be/AY799qgoDEY

To learn more, please visit http://www.waves.com/hardware/digigrid-ios#introducing-digigrid-ios-iox-ioc.

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Kensington Unveils Industry’s Thinnest Security Lock Design for Ultrabooks and Tablets

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New MiniSaver™ Mobile Lock Features Patented Cleat™ Locking Design for BYOD Security Peace-of-Mind

LAS VEGAS, NV, January 6, 2015 – Kensington, a worldwide leader in delivering smart. safe. simple. computing accessories, today announced the MiniSaver Mobile Lock, the industry’s thinnest security lock system with the Kensington mini security slot technologyfor use on ultra-thin mobile devices including Ultrabooks and tablets. Featuring a new patented Cleat locking design with an incomparably small attach point, the MiniSaver delivers professional-grade strength to resist pulls and tampering in a space that is as small as a micro USB connector or audio jack.

The new MiniSaver has been developed to address the increasing security needs of mobile-device users in the workplace. According to IDC, as many as 155 million smartphones and almost four million tablets will be leveraged for business purposes in 2014[1]. Further underscoring BYOD demand, as many as 53 percent of information workers today use three or more devices[2].

“Today’s increasingly mobile workforce is creating more demand than ever for ultra-thin devices and those devices need protection to prevent the mounting risk of theft and resulting data breaches,” said Judy Barker, Global Product Manager, Kensington. “The first-line-of-defense provided by physical security locks can stave off device theft and save businesses and their employees from the costly exposure of a data breach. With our revolutionary MiniSaver design, now protection is not only easy but sleek and convenient as well.”

The MiniSaver Mobile Lock is a highly versatile security solution for on-the-go professionals who use ultra-thin, lightweight devices and need protection in the office, or while working on the road and in public places. Key features include:

  • Cleat locking technology – featuring retracting “claws” which grab on to the internal sides of the security slot, the MiniSaver creates a strong connection between the device shell and the lock.
  • Off-body lock – using a groundbreaking design, the MiniSaver moves the main lock housing away from the device for improved flexibility which prevents interference with surrounding ports and jacks used for other accessories.
  • One-handed operation – A simple push-button action with a single hand can engage the lock securely inside the security slot.
  • Cut-resistant cable – An engineered carbon steel and protective plastic sheath give the MiniSaver the cut-resistance and theft-resistance of much thicker cables while delivering easier mobility.
  • Pivot and rotate cable – supporting a special hinge the MiniSaver creates great freedom of movement and eliminates awkward angles so that the key may be easily inserted.

“With the MiniSaver, Kensington is upping the game for physical security for even the thinnest of today’s mobile devices,” said Jan Solar, Worldwide Marketing and Portfolio Management, Lenovo. “By taking the company’s decades of security lock expertise and applying it to address the new demands of today’s thin, lightweight devices, Kensington is changing the shape of secure mobile computing.”

Kensington is the market leader in locking-slot specifications, locking technology and physical device locks. With more than 20 million security locks sold and integrated into over one billion notebooks, projectors and tablets since 1990, Kensington is the de facto standard in security slot technology. For more than 20 years, Kensington has delivered security products to businesses, large and small, including leading retailers, telecommunications companies, health providers and global financial institutions — as well as the technology manufacturers that supply them.

Over its history, Kensington has delivered security products that are compatible with nearly every major device manufacturer — including Dell®, HP®, Lenovo®, Toshiba®, and Samsung®. In fact, 95 percent of all business laptops, incorporate the Kensington Security Slot.

The MiniSaver Mobile Lock is available now with pricing starting at $59.99. For more information, visit: www.kensington.com/MiniSaver or see the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ixo3QSkE1CM.

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About Kensington

Kensington, a leader in smart. safe. simple. computing accessories is the recognized industry standard trusted by enterprises around the world. Kensington’s mobile security product offerings include laptop and mobile security locks providing a new generation of front-line protection for mobile devices. In addition, Kensington offers accessories including power adapters, chargers, mice, keyboards, trackballs, universal docking stations, desktop accessories, carrying cases and iPad/iPhone/iPod accessories. Headquartered in Redwood Shores, California, Kensington is the technology division of ACCO Brands (NYSE: ACCO), a world leader in branded office products, with products marketed in more than 100 countries across the globe. For more information, visit http://www.kensington.com or call Kensington toll-free at 1-800-235-6708.

Kensington, ClickSafe and MicroSaver are registered trademarks of ACCO Brands. SecureBack and smart. safe. simple. are trademarks of ACCO Brands. All other registered and unregistered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Covered by one or more of US Pat. No’s D661,975; D660,682 S; 8,042,366; D651,889;8,001,812; 7,997,106; 6,081,974; 6,317,936; 7,415,852.

© 2014 Kensington Computer Products Group, a division of ACCO Brands. All rights reserved.

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[1] “155 million smartphones to be used for BYOD in 2014: IDC,” The Times of India, June 3, 2014

[2] “Market Trends: Secure File Sharing and Collaboration in the Enterprise, Q1 2014,” Forrester Research, February 4, 2014

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