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Duty of Care: How to protect your workers abroad

Your marketing director disappears on an international sales trip. He hasn't responded to his email in a week, his voicemail is full and he missed his flight home. READ MORE


Court allows agents to secretly put GPS trackers on cars

(CNN) -- Law enforcement officers may secretly place a GPS device on a person's car without seeking a warrant from a judge, according to a recent federal appeals court ruling in California. READ MORE


Telematics India and South Asia

Stepping onto a road in India is an invitation to mayhem. There are cars and trucks, cows and goats, taxis and rickshaws. Some are headed in the same direction; others form a dizzying web of eddies and offshoots that lead to accidents, traffic jams, and a general disregard for lane dividers, traffic lights and stop signs. READ MORE


Mobile services prompt telematics uptake in India

The potential for telematics in India is huge, but to tap into it companies may have to provide services through mobile phones.

The country has experienced rapid economic growth over the past few years, and is now the ninth largest car producer in the world and the fourth largest Asian auto-mobile exporter. READ MORE