Mobile Edge Protective Cases Offer Superior Organization and Optimal Mobility. Protect Valuable Student Gear with Mobile Edge.With many schools in the United States adopting some form of remote learning this year, students are using laptops and other valuable tech more than ever. As a result, millions of additional delicate electronic devices need protection. Mobile Edge offers the industry’s leading assortment of stylish, functional protective cases and backpacks for students. Each offers superior organization, excellent protection, and optimal mobility.“Each year, losses from damage to student laptops and other devices range in the hundreds of millions of dollars, and that’s not factoring in downtime or the loss of valuable data,” explains Paul June, VP of Marketing for Mobile Edge. “In most cases, it’s the responsibility of parents to insure or replace those devices, but with a protective case from Mobile Edge, parents can give themselves and their children greater peace of
What’s in Your Student Go-Bag? With some states reopening schools in-person and others planning online classes, the one constant you can count on this back-to-school season is a protective case or backpack from Mobile Edge that offers superior organization, maximum protection, and optimal mobility. We invite you to create your ultimate student “go-bag” that’s ready to go when you are, wherever you need it, with all of your gear safely in tow.“Back to school shopping this year is especially difficult for parents and students unsure about what the new school year will bring,” explains Paul June, VP of Marketing for Mobile Edge. “With the idea of student go-bags, Mobile Edge is hoping to remove some of that uncertainty by offering top-line protective cases and backpacks plus an expanded lineup of power and productivity accessories geared toward students at significant savings.”Get 25% OffNow through September 30, 2020, Mobile Edge welcomes students
There’s a joke that if you ask somebody who knows about aerospace engineering, they will tell you how safe it is to fly in an airplane. Likewise, an expert in oceanography will confirm you’re unlikely to die from a shark attack.But if you ask a tech expert about the safety of your devices, they will wince and urge you to get off the grid immediately.We exaggerate, but not much. Technology is vulnerable to a number of attacks by criminals out to steal your identity, your passwords, or the devices themselves. When you travel, you’re even more vulnerable to these attacks because you’re in a strange place surrounded by new faces and likely disoriented.Here are six ways your tech is at risk when you travel and how to protect yourself.