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Yoggie Security Systems™ announced a business agreement with Lenovo, one of the world’s largest personal computer manufacturers, to develop a unique laptop accessory that provides constant and secure email access, even if the laptop is switched off. The new device combines Lenovo ConstantConnect and Protect 2.0 to allow users to send and receive emails immediately after turning on their laptop. Moreover, they can do so with the additional assurance of unrivalled Internet security.
“Lenovo has a tremendous track record of innovation and, as their recent Lenovo ConstantConnect product shows, they understand how the expectations and demands of computer users are continuing to evolve.” Commented Shlomo Touboul, founder and CEO of Yoggie Security Systems. “We are excited about this opportunity to work with such a forward-thinking company and, by combining our skills and experience, provide laptop users with improved communications technology.”