Court Reporters, Handcuff Your Laptops To Your Wrist

Do you know what the second most common crime in the United States is?  The first is identity theft.  But the FBI estimates that laptop theft is No. 2 with over 2,000,000 notebooks reported stolen each year.  As all court reporters are aware, losing your laptop would be tantamount to death.  You'd have to replace the hardware and the software (and your CAT key, of course) but what about lost jobs?  Can you possibly imagine how horrible it would be if you lost your dictionary, all the jobs and worksheets?

The Solution
Handcuff your laptop to your wrist.

A More Realistic Solution
Get LoJack® for Laptops.  This is a theft protection service that tracks, locates and recovers stolen laptop and desktop computers.  It's only about $39.99 and according to their website, they recover about 60 stolen laptops each week. 



Monday, July 28, 2008

Todd Olivas

Todd Olivas is a court reporter and entrepreneur.
He founded TO&A in 2003.

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