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Whiteboard Covering System Company Provides Security Compliance Tool.

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Where Art Works, the creator of a patent-pending whiteboard covering system for information security and visual appeal, today announced its system is available for sale to government entities through a Government Services Administration (GSA) schedule. The company's covering system attaches to the top of a standard whiteboard, and the canvas art is simply adjusted like a premium window treatment to conceal confidential information.

RADM Thompson with Naval Aircraft Carrier Whiteboard Covering System

More than 200 million whiteboards are installed worldwide. Although a proven utility, whiteboards are not considered visually appealing or secure. Left uncovered or unerased, whiteboards can represent a true information security risk. The American Society for Industrial Development reports that government and companies are enforcing information sensitivity policies, stating "sensitive materials must be removed from conference rooms and chalkboards, and whiteboards must be) erased after meetings." Where Art Works' whiteboard covering system is functional artwork that enables affordable security compliance.

"The Where Art Works system is a perfect answer to two common problems: protecting sensitive data and customizing our workspace," said Rear Admiral Bill Thompson, who is also the builder of the US Navy Memorial in Washington, DC. "I highly recommend the whiteboard covering system to any organization that uses whiteboards."

"With our whiteboard covering system, you can conceal sensitive information during breaks in your meetings and anytime your office space is unoccupied, and you can meet with visitors without erasing or worrying about your work," said Joe Drimer, founder of Where Art Works. "The system can also be customized with photos, organization/company logos, and other personalized images to transform your whiteboard into a piece of art."

Waterfall Whiteboard Solutions, LLC (WWS) is the exclusive supplier of Where Art Works whiteboard covering systems to the government. Qualified federal, state and local government purchasers can visit www.wfwhiteboards.com or call WWS at 410-956-7851 for specific schedule information.

About Where Art Works

Where Art Works, based in Raleigh, NC, is the inventor of the whiteboard covering system that serves as an attractive and immediate security compliance tool to reduce the chances of information theft and accidental erasure. Where Art Works is focused on serving both government and commercial sector organizations adhering to new sensitive information policies. To learn more about Where Art Works, please visit www.whereartworks.com or call 877-829-3222.
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