Friday, June 24, 2011

RTF donates power supplies to Niagara College and helps students reach their goal

Niagara College
RTF's Senior Engineer, Jamie Aiello teaches at Niagara College in his spare time. 

Jamie's class was missing one critical component to ensure they reached a technological project goal. RTF came to their rescue and donated power supplies to the College.

The students were able to finish the project and achieve their goal. The class is very thankful.

Dear Bill,

I want to express my appreciation for your generosity in support of [Power Supplies]. Your personal commitment was incredibly helpful and allowed our students to reach their goal. Your donation means so much to us at Niagara College. Thank you from all of us. 

Sincerely,
Dr. Adel Esayed
Chair, Technology Studies
Niagara College

Niagara College is a College of Applied Arts and Technology within the Niagara Region of Southern Ontario. The College has four campuses: the Welland Campus in Welland, the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus in Niagara-on-the-Lake, the Maid of the Mist Campus in Niagara Falls, home of the Tourism Industry Development Centre and the Ontario Street site in St. Catharines. With 8,000 full-time students, including more than 500 international students from more than 60 countries, the College offers over 90 post-secondary diploma, baccalaureate degrees and advanced level programs. The Continuing Education Division attracts approximately 15,000 registrants to more than 400 courses each year.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

NYC gets an exclusive preview of Microsoft's latest tech gear

Recently in New York City, Microsoft built an amazing environment to spotlight its latest and greatest technology to illustrate the way it merges into our everyday life.

Smartphones have become a critical appendage to how we function daily. From being woken by our alarm clock, to checking the weather or our stocks before we even get out of bed, we definitely interact with our Smartphones more than anything or anyone else.

During the event, Smartphones running Mobile 7 and Xbox game consoles were open and available to discover, play and fall in love with.  RTF assisted with the display and security of the lines of Motorola, LG, Samsung, Nokia and HTC Smartphones running the latest version of Microsoft's astounding Mobile 7 platform.

RTF and Microsoft have had a partnership for many years and worked together worldwide from CES in Las Vegas to the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona, Spain.


Contact RTF Global and RTF Europe for more details - 888.826.7773 or visit Facebook and follow RTF for the latest developments.

RTF Global - Retail Loss Prevention Systems to secure expensive consumer electronics mechanically while charging and alarming the merchandise and triggering Interactive Digital Media content to LCD Monitors

RTF's Anti-theft system powers and protects Smartphones, iPhones, Tablets, e Readers, GPS Navigation and digital cameras

Monday, June 20, 2011

Telus sponsors creativity in downtown Toronto at Luminato 2011

Luminato is a charitable, not-for-profit, cultural organization whose vision is to commission and present significant local, national and international programming that reflects the city of Toronto as a diverse and accessible city that engages domestic and international audiences. Luminato brings Toronto's light to the world and the world's light to Toronto.

Telus was the main sponsor at this year's Luminato Festival at King and John in downtown Toronto. A tent was erected by the main stage and included the talents of such performers as KD Lang.

The Telus tent spotlighted the latest in new tech devices, such as the popular Blackberry Playbook and Motorola Xoom Tablet. Also, an array of Smartphones were within visitors' reach and included the HTC Desire, Motorola Defy, Blackberry Torch, and the Samsung Galaxy S.

Thousands of visitors to this year's Luminato Festival visited the Telus tent and played with fully functional and powered devices. This year's festival was an enormous success for Luminato with Telus and RTF supplying the Smartphone and Tablet security equipment.

Contact RTF Global and RTF Europe for more details - 888.826.7773 or visit Facebook and follow RTF for the latest developments.

RTF Global - Retail Loss Prevention Systems to secure expensive consumer electronics mechanically while charging and alarming the merchandise and triggering Interactive Digital Media content to LCD Monitors

RTF's Anti-theft system powers and protects Smartphones, iPhones, Tablets, e Readers, GPS Navigation and digital cameras

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Invisible Tablet Security for Trade Show and Low Risk Environments

Front
RTF has introduced a retail display security solution to hold and secure a Tablet so it virtually looks as if it is floating in air. The Acer Tablet as shown in the image, rests on its own base and is tethered to a recoiler by RTF's world famous Boomerang3.


The Boomerang3 provides a tape point and adheres to the Tablet using a very high bond 3M two-sided tape.


Back
A secure display is incorporated to position the Tablet perfectly and attracts customers, enhancing the overall interaction and experience.

Great for trade shows and exhibitions, visitors can lift the tablet to explore the technology and when the PC Tablet is returned, the aircraft cable is recoiled back into the pull box and the Tablet again sits perfectly straight.

This attractive and affordable iPad or Tablet display security system is extremely easy to install and only takes a couple of minutes.

For your next trade show or exhibition choose the simple solution and display with confidence.

Contact RTF Global and RTF Europe for more details - 888.826.7773 or visit Facebook and follow RTF for the latest developments.

RTF Global - Retail Loss Prevention Systems to secure expensive consumer electronics mechanically while charging and alarming the merchandise and triggering Interactive Digital Media content to LCD Monitors

RTF's Anti-theft system powers and protects Smartphones, iPhones, Tablets, e Readers, GPS Navigation and digital cameras

Friday, June 10, 2011

Independent recoiler tests show the durability of RTF's design and manufacturing

DCI Test Equipment
An independent study conducted by DCI to determine the best recoiler for  customer use has left RTF leading the list.

Perin Shaw, from DCI in Milwaukee, WI developed an apparatus to test a wide range of recoilers on the market today. A recoiler is a cable management system that retracts aircraft cable onto a spool within a plastic housing. Pull boxes, Tethers, Cord Reels or Retractors, all related names for recoilers typically are used in retail stores to control merchandise and to reduce shoplifting.    

These recoilers are pulled by customers many times within a day and a spring ensures that the cable retracts back into the housing.

Some recoilers, especially China based product have a tendency to prematurely fail, therefore needing to be replaced at an additional cost [Staff Time, Equipment and Shipping].

Through the recent testing Perin found that the RTF recoiler lasted 10X longer than the competition lowering the long term, overall cost.

When longevity, strength and quality are key to your next retail display security project choose RTF to save costs and increase customer satisfaction.

Contact RTF Global and RTF Europe for more details - 888.826.7773 or visit Facebook and follow RTF for the latest developments.

RTF Global - Retail Loss Prevention Systems to secure expensive consumer electronics mechanically while charging and alarming the merchandise and triggering Interactive Digital Media content to LCD Monitors

RTF's Anti-theft system powers and protects Smartphones, iPhones, Tablets, e Readers, GPS Navigation and digital cameras