Let’s face it – we often take our business on the road with us. Whether it’s a quick email while sipping a Mai Tai on the beach or building a presentation for a sales pitch in the heart of Paris, we can all use a few quick travel hacks. But there are risks involved. Here’s a list of things to consider when using your work technology on the road.
Working on the road is the norm these days. According to the recent Global Business Travel Association report, U.S. businesspeople took over 452 million domestic and international trips for work in 2012.
“We say business travel drives business growth,” said GBTA executive director and CEO Mike McCormick.
While traveling can produce solid productivity results, it can also be pretty challenging. But, a savvy businessperson doesn’t have to be any less productive while out of the office. Here are a few tools to help today’s busy traveling professional: