Lose your laptop (but not your mind)

Friday, 1 December 2006, 12:12 AM EST

So you just lost your laptop full of military secrets, a partner's billion-dollar idea and other intellectual property, or health care data for the Massachusetts State Home for the Mildly Bewildered. One moment you were happily sipping a latte in the airport, and the next, you were wondering why your rolley-bag was so light.

At Computerworld.

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