Findings show that while companies are more aware and taking initial steps to prepare, they are not fully practiced and confident in their data breach response.
This issue looks at the future of facility management in both technical and human terms. The HVAC Factor: Hybrid Operating Rooms, Professional Development: Finding Future Facility Managers, Services & Maintenance: For Safety’s Sake, Energy Management Trends: Stepping Up Energy Management, FM Issue: Mission Critical Training, Hospital Case Study: Rebirth In New Orleans, Special Feature: Forklifts And Freight Terminal Doors, Renewable Energy: The Role Of Demand Response.
Just as mouse technology revolutionized the computer interface, gesture technology is expected to change how users interact with access control systems.
While the summer months may signify a slower pace for some professions, facility managers keep especially busy with improvements to take them into the harsher months ahead.
Specialized window film can prevent hackers from obtaining “company secrets” through a facility’s windows. Government agencies are already using this defense tactic.
Available for both inward and outward swinging doors, this door security device can be quickly installed to keep out dangerous intruders.
New data shows many employers and employees do not take adequate steps to protect company information—a weakness that could result in critical security breakdowns.
Protecting people and property requires a risk assessment and relevant strategies.
Students need 24/7 access to their facilities, which involves late nights. They lobbied school administrators for a security solution that would keep them safe. They even funded a project that made the installation a reality.
Facility managers are in the position to provide convenient and accessible tools to help break the chain of germ transmission. These tools can include hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, paper towels (drying with towels can reduce the spread of germs up to 77%), soap, and facial tissue.