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Geographic Profile

The geographic profile shows all the locations where your company has facilities. It may represent a small region or a large geographical area. Use a map or diagram to identify the number and types of users at each location. A visual representation helps you identify available network connections and network traffic.

For example, Ferguson and Bardell created the following map to identify its various facilities and the percentage of users within each respective facility throughout the world: oil exploration rigs, finance centers, manufacturing facilities, sales subsidiaries, and administrative offices.