Securing your laptops

Monday, 11 September 2006, 3:11 AM EST

Technology is available that would allow the words laptop and security to be spoken in the same breath without triggering gales of cynical laughter. Securing laptops generally depends on either Internet tracking, "kill switches" or encryption -- or, more commonly, a combination of the three.

At Computerworld.

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