Companies take costly steps to secure laptops

Monday, 24 July 2006, 12:40 PM EST

Big U.S. companies are taking tough measures to shore up laptop security amid a rash of thefts.

The actions of Ernst & Young, Fidelity Investments and other high-profile victims underscore the balancing act for executives, who must weigh the costs of additional security and customer privacy with the financial benefits of a mobile workforce.

At USA Today.

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