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Your organization has recently become wireless and is considering a proposal to replace all desktop computers with laptops so that employees could take their laptops to meetings, conferences, home (at night or during weekends), and when they are traveling. Furthermore, the organization is considering installing an RFID tag on all laptops to be able to track it in case it is lost or stolen. Would you support such a proposal? Why or why not?

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Laptop security is a must for any organization in order to maintain accountability of assets as well as electronic information. I would support the proposal for RFID tags to be installed on all laptops to be able to track them in case it's lost or stolen. Additionally, I would require that all employees sign a statement of understanding that outlines how the laptop should be secured when they ...

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Laptop security is a must for any organization in order to maintain accountability of assets as well as electronic information. I would support the proposal for RFID tags to be installed on all laptops to be able to track them in case it's lost or stolen. Additionally, I would require that all employees sign a statement of understanding that outlines how the laptop should be secured when they are in possession of it.

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