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Insuring Electronic Devices

New white paper on available insurance alternatives for school districts facing large liabilities for damage and theft of devices.
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With the influx of new computers, tablets, and mobile devices into schools, districts need to realize they can face large liabilities for damage and theft of devices. Here’s a look at available insurance alternatives with a focus on how device insurance can help.

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