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4 Types of GPS Tracking and Employee Privacy

August 24, 2017 8:21 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

GPS tracking technology is amazing and advances in technology, including the size of tracking devices and the expanded, uses that tracking allows means that use of GPS has become part of many people’s lives, especially if they own any type of smartphone or tablet. But with all of these advances including in your ability to track your employees using GPS tracking, questions of privacy continue to crop up. So as an employer or business owner what are the limits if any on your ability to use GPS tracking when it comes to employees and what does the law allow you... View Article

6 Solutions to Help You Care For Your Aging Parent With Dementia

August 19, 2017 8:18 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

When you have parents who are getting older, one of your worst nightmares is that they are diagnosed with alzheimers or dementia. How can you care for them and what can you do if they’re in the early stages or just showing signs that they might have a memory problem, but they haven’t been diagnosed yet. They might be in denial or fear losing their autonomy and independence. The good news is that there are steps you can take and tools like personal GPS tracking that can help ease your peace of mind and help your aging parent preserve as... View Article

How GPS Tracking Can Help Prevent Human Trafficking

August 14, 2017 8:16 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

When you think of smuggling you probably think about people bringing products or drugs into the country or across state borders illegally. But one of the darkest aspects of smuggling involves people. Just last week, the story of the death of 10 people who were part of a group of as many as 200 illegal immigrants who were smuggled across the Mexican border into Texas and then stuffed into a hot, unventilated tractor-trailer that was transported by a truck driver exploded in newspapers and on television. But could GPS fleet tracking have helped prevent what happened or at least deter... View Article

5 Tips To Keep Your Teenager From Sneaking Out at Night

August 7, 2017 8:14 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Teenagers have been sneaking out at night probably as long as there have been teenagers. Sneaking out once or twice and never again is probably nothing to worry too much about. However, if your teenage son or daughter is sneaking out regularly, you definitely have cause for concern. Besides being a sign of a troubled teen, it’s also a safety hazard and in many places, it’s illegal for kids under 18 to be out at night. Teenagers tend to want to do things more when they’re told they can’t. With the internet, it’s also much easier for your teenager to... View Article

2017 e-Log Trucking Mandate Deadline Is Right Around the Corner

July 24, 2017 7:48 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The trucking industry is ever-evolving and constantly driving forward with new technologies in tow. This upcoming December, the entire industry will take yet another step forward by way of fleet GPS tracking devices. Beginning on December 18, 2017, all freight truck operators will be required to begin using electronic logging devices (ELDs), instead of paper logs, to keep track of records. For many trucking companies, this is nothing new. The mandate was made official in 2015, with a 2-year compliance window for freight companies and drivers. Those 2 years have gone by quickly, though! And while many have adopted the... View Article

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