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Tracking Travelers

In an emergency, you need to know where your people are and how to communicate with them
Much has been made in recent media reports of the capability of various government agencies to track and monitor civilians. While that debate continues to rage, the technology that supports tracking – particularly through smartphones – has a potential benefit for business travelers, and for the companies that employ them.

Corporations are gaining more understanding into the legal, financial and ethical obligations that go along with sending employees on the road, particularly to distant parts where time, infrastructure and sometimes social differences can impede the response to an emergency. Whether it’s a personal crisis, such as a health incident, a natural disaster or social upheaval, companies need to locate and communicate with their people fast, get them help or get them out.



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