Hewlett Packard uses Digilock locks in commuting employee locker area

Hewlett Packard, among the world’s largest information technology companies,  frequently shuttles employees between offices via private, chartered, commuter plane. For these commuting employees, HP provides locker facilities utilizing Digilock locks! With rotating commuters, HP does not assign lockers, but utilizes Digilock’s instantly-set, 4-digit keyless locks.  Security People Inc. is honored to be the locker provider of choice for this world-famous, multinational corporation, synonymous with Silicon Valley innovation.

The welcome sign at Hewlett-Packard’s  Roseville, CA headquarters.

The welcome sign at Hewlett-Packard headquarters on Hanover Street in Palo Alto, CA

Hewlett Packard’s touchdown lockers, with Digilock locks, are for temporary employees or for commuting employees that fly in from out of the area to use a temporary workstation.

Lockers at HP in Roseville, CA for a temporary business unit.

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About Digilock

Digilock® is the global leader in electronic locker locks, cabinet locks and office furniture locks that use patented keypad and RFID technology. Digilock’s locks and lockers for health and fitness clubs, athletic locker rooms, schools, colleges and universities, hotels, spas and office environments are high-performance, turnkey security solutions.
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