New York, NY – May 25, 2017. With the convergence of ever-more-powerful mobile phones and increasing international travel. IMG GlobalSecur is proud to announce the ‘R4’ update to its popular FoneTrac® travel safety app. The app works with the GlobalSecur backend to provide both ‘push’ and ‘pull’ safety updates for anyone involved in international travel. Continue reading

We are pleased to announce several upgrades to our patented FoneTrac® Travel Safety App. Continue reading

The balance between risk and reward can become a tightrope for many international businesses. The risk of opening up a new manufacturing plant in a country with lax law enforcement can result in either big rewards or big trouble. Continue reading

Today’s marketing machine puts a lot of work into making people think they are getting something just as special on the inside as it looks on the outside. “Image” or “branding” are the buzzwords words used to sell a shiny new item. Continue reading

It’s no secret that when attention becomes obsessive, it can lead to addiction. This isn’t always a bad thing. Sure, the gambler who spends every weekend in Vegas playing to win could lose their life savings. Continue reading

Face it, most people are addicted to their phones. Even during business hours there is usually some down time to check social media, randomly review videos or play a quick game. There’s no use denying it, because everyone does it and HR knows it. Continue reading

New York, NY – February 28, 2017. FoneTrac®, a leading travel safety app at, is proud to announce two key posts to its blog on iOS travel safety app issues. A subsidiary of IMG GlobalSecur, FoneTrac addresses the growing corporate and organizational demand for travel security apps for both the iOS and Android platforms. Continue reading

Puzzle rooms have gained momentum in the past few years. It’s become a popular activity to solve a mystery in a short amount of time. Basically one person, or a group of people, spend time in a locked room searching for the key to get out. Clues are hidden in the room to lead them along the way to solving the problem. Continue reading

In the executive world, many people like to use a “fancier” name for a common noun. For instance, instead of saying “I like movies,” someone might say “I enjoy films.” Or an invitation to a party with hard alcohol might be reframed as a “gala with cocktails.” Continue reading

There was a time in the not-so-recent past when the company-issued phone of choice was the Blackberry. In corporate meetings and busy executive airports, you could see VIP’s on the go furiously typing away on their Blackberry phones. Continue reading