Sun 13-Jan-13 01:47 AM | edited Sun 13-Jan-13 02:14 AM by kennoll
Good for you Gerold! At least you and I can sleep a nano better at night.
One other thing I do is to use password vault software for recording the sites I regularly visit and their associated ID's and password(s). The vault is encrypted so no worries about hackers.
Nikon is one of the entries. Besides the usual ID, password, and access URL, I keep software purchase dates, activation codes, site password change dates, and whatever else I feel I would need, recorded in the Notes section.
There's other entries such as Adobe (Lightroom, PSE 10), B&H, Microsoft (Win 7), and a bunch of other retailers, services, etc.
My camera hardware inventory is on a standard Excel spreadsheet. Easy to submit to the insurer for getting coverage. Also good for me to see what I bought, who I bought from, when, how much, and what. The why is, typically, due to NAS..
I think these are some ways to help protect the investments we make in hardware and software resources, or, the tools of our trade or serious vocation.