Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. cloud computing articles below.
mCloud connects first 10 New York buildings in new multi-site commercial building campaign.
Learn about the factors driving evolution of building management systems and essential elements necessary for solving management challenges of today and tomorrow.
T-Systems' VAaaS is a turnkey service designed to help enterprises derive real-time value through the use of advanced analytics of existing or new video surveillance, visibility applications, storage, and local and cloud computing.
A newly released document from AT&T on navigating this threat landscape asserts that most cyberattacks currently impacting businesses are "known" or common threats.
A new service focuses on the data center design needs of smaller rural facilities.
Enterprises are increasingly focused on incorporating green data centers into their IT infrastructure paradigm.
TeamQuest releases 2014 Global IT Management survey; despite lack of efficiency, performance analytics, planning, and optimization show positive impact across the enterprise.
The survey also found that the expansion of cloud services is the biggest factor driving demand for IT services, surpassing the headline-grabbing but less critical areas of mobile connectivity and "always-on" environments.
When planning for possible threats, don’t forget this aspect of your facility workings. From the October 2013 issue.
IMS Research has recently released its annual intelligent building trends white paper. These predictions for 2013 and beyond serve to provide insight into key trends and opportunities in the intelligent buildings industry.
As they pass the emergent stage, BIM and cloud computing will continue to impact project delivery. From the March 2013 issue of Today's Facility Manager.
What opportunities will cloud computing present to facility operations? It's now possible for facility professionals to oversee structures any time and anywhere.
Businesses operating data centers will need to go beyond traditional practices in order to build economically sound facilities.
Columnist Tom Condon discusses how cloud computing technology helps facilitate disaster recovery.