Many entrepreneurs use RFID tagging to keep track of their assets. In the instance of farm animals, most cattle are tagged these days. Most large offices have their IT goods tagged as well and we all know that clothing stores have been tagging garments for years, although maybe you did not know what that button was that they were taking off at the till.

Security too, can come with a price tag. Or not! Lack of security comes from a space of fear; yet preparation eliminates fear and creates security. An emergency cash fund is a much better security blanket than an available line of credit with a double-digit interest rate. There is true comfort in knowing the money (and not the ability to borrow money) is there when needed.

However, there is another way that is becoming reasonably priced. The idea has been around for about 85 years, but it was too pricey to use on anything less significant than an airplane or a battle tank.

One reason that the carry on policy is confusing is that it not only varies by airline, it can vary depending on your destination. Whether you are in first class or not also influences what is allowed in your carry on. The Association of Flight Attendants has been campaigning for some time for a consistent carry on bag rule, but to no avail. The best advice is to carefully check your airline’s website for their rules and if something is not clear, call them. You should also check with the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) before you travel, for the most up to date information.

Make sure your bag is locked at all times. If you have something suspicious in your bag, security will be able to break your lock off. If this does happen, they will place a little note in your bag. A lock not only prevents theft, it ensures you that your bag won’t spill out on the runway when the luggage handlers load up the bags.

Is there suddenly a new cell phone that your partner uses often? Often cheaters want a way to communicate with their paramours that belongs only to them. Not only does it allow them more privacy, but also gives them a sense of the Clothing security tag that comes with isolation from the rest of the world.

Sometimes using name tags goes beyond making a nice gesture in some cases it is used as a security measure. The tag may not only contain the person’s name but it may also be a coded tag that might allow entry into certain off limits areas.

Today’s television dramas uses fixed assets software to keep track of its wardrobe pieces. A show may have around 11,000 pieces of clothing to keep track of, and the system tells them if it’s at the cleaners, in storage, or on stage. It also helped with the new clothes being brought in and old fashions being sold.