• Business 16 Worst and Most Extreme Ways Employers are Spying on Their People

    There are regular employee tracking apps which offer a usual set of features, such as GPS monitoring, performance tracking, closed messaging employees` groups, time tracking features, and etc. However, some of them can be considered as too invasive like incognito agents. This article is about spying apps used for secretly monitoring employees` activities at work (maybe not only at work).

  • Business Employee's Perspective: Top 8 Issues of Concern If Your Company Wants to Track You

    Employees have rights. The status and rights of a person in a society shouldn't degrade when they are in the role of an employee at a company. It is important for employees to stand up for their rights and push back when employers overstep boundaries. GPS tracking is a powerful tool, but is always a potential invasion of privacy.

  • Business Top 10 Irish Industries That Can Benefit from GPS Tracking and Location Sharing

    Irish industry leaders agree with their counterparts worldwide that location-sharing and GPS (Global Positioning System) analytics can transform the way we do business, but few understand exactly how this will happen. In this article, we will explain exactly how GPS tracking and location-sharing can benefit the 10 most important sectors of the Irish economy.

  • Business 10 Ways GPS Can Save Your Company Money

    10 Ways GPS Can Save Your Company Money

    Stephen Schroeder - May 04, 2017

    GPS technology is an unsung hero of our modern digital times, a backbone on which many innovative applications have grown to rely on. With commercial GPS companies can navigate, track and locate more effectively. GPS improves efficiency, productivity and precision; ultimately helping companies save costs and maximize profitability.

  • Business Employee GPS Tracking: Challenges and Best Practices

    Employee GPS Tracking: Challenges and Best Practices

    Stephen Schroeder - Mar 10, 2017

    Consider the case of Myrna Arias. Her employer, Intermex Wire Transfer, afforded her a company-issued smartphone so she could receive calls from clients at any hour. She was asked to keep the device on at all times. She agreed to be monitored during working hours, but there was no way for her to specifically turn off the GPS tracking. Her manager...