Digital tools are driving better practices and supporting overall waste management and sustainability goals.
Security teams need to prepare for the potential for disinformation to impact operational technology (OT) security.
How to ensure A/V technologies and meeting spaces are adequately supporting the hybrid workforce.
Broad application of Artificial Intelligence in camera-based security is elevating its effectiveness.
Botnets, cryptojacking, and backdoors create major cybersecurity risks for FMs.
The Internet of Things is not new in facilities management, but few are taking advantage of the data, insights, and automation that IoT offers.
Securing a building’s perimeter with sensors gives staff more time for a proactive response when the security event clock starts ticking.
Facility managers need to mitigate the risk of their software, IoT devices, or operational tech from being compromised.
Connecting wireless, battery-free sensors to IT infrastructures makes it easier than ever to make buildings into better places for work.
As long-held practices are challenged, there is an opportunity for facility management to digitize its acquisition of parts and supplies.
Facilities teams are responsible for multiple areas of compliance for buildings and sites. Is your system really serving you?
Facility managers can use digital twins of their buildings to achieve key outcomes now, and to plan for the future.
When asset maintenance data is readily available, facilities teams improve outcomes across the organization.
If your facilities team has yet to go mobile, consider these four reasons to make the move and steps to get started.
Many companies are embracing a flexible work environment vastly different from the pre-pandemic norm, and apps are one tool to spur this evolution.
Uptime Institute has identified factors expected to impact data center facilities management this year and in the future.
Facility professionals are leveraging established and emerging tech tools to support health and wellness in facilities.
Facility management increasingly sees the benefits of artificial intelligence implementation throughout building operations.
Robust communication helps to keep facility stakeholders informed about evolving conditions and protocols throughout the pandemic, and beyond.
Systematic assessment of OT/IoT infrastructure identifies vulnerabilities that impact not only facilities, but the organization as a whole.