have a look here, according to BusinessWeekOnline: "For $75 a year, Safeware sells a theft policy offering $3,000 worth of coverage with a $50 deductible. To collect on a stolen laptop, you'll need proof of ownership and a police report."<br><br>and check this out<br><br>as i always say, Sherlock works great!<br><br>¥À¥
actually, check your renter's or home owner's insurance policy. As long as it's part of your household, it should be covered regardless of where it is... all you should need is a police report to cover the hardware... no idea about covering the software, files, etc...<br><br>if your company owns the laptop, let them pay for the insurance ;)<br><br>John<br><br>***<br>"Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people." -John Adams
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