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travelling [2019/08/09 12:45]
neil
travelling [2019/08/23 20:53] (current)
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   * [[travelling#​Take particular care when crossing borders|Take particular care when crossing borders]]   * [[travelling#​Take particular care when crossing borders|Take particular care when crossing borders]]
   * [[travelling#​Be wary of trusting laptop security cables|Be wary of trusting laptop security cables]]   * [[travelling#​Be wary of trusting laptop security cables|Be wary of trusting laptop security cables]]
 +  * [[travelling#​Check if your devices are insured|Check if your devices are insured]]
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 It's probably easier just to take your bag with you, even if it means finding another table. It's probably easier just to take your bag with you, even if it means finding another table.
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 +====Check if your devices are insured ====
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 +It's probably a lot easier to replace a lost, stolen, or broken device, than it is to replace the data on it, but it's still not cheap, especially if travel with a phone, tablet, laptop, and selection of cables.
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 +Check if you have any insurance which covers your devices while travelling. It might be part of your professional insurance, or some banks offer some forms of travel insurance as part of their account packages. ​
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 +If you buy specific travel insurance, double-check that it covers business travel and business devices.
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 +Make a note of the policy requirements before you leave, so that you know what information you need to collect (e.g. a police or crime reference number, in the event of a theft), and how and when to contact your insurance company.
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