Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. IT articles below.
A team of security analysts from Netwrix reveal the top IT security trends that will influence businesses in 2019.
Maxxess InSite is enterprise software that combines security, communications, business intelligence, and data integration into a single, easy-to-use platform.
Significant developments, both internal and external, are impacting data center facilities.
Rooted in the tactical, facility management is now also planted on the strategic side of the business. Here’s how to adapt.
Proper infrastructure to support current and future technologies throughout a workplace is at the crux of delivering on occupant needs.
Despite increased spending on deterrence and detection, new survey finds insider attacks are increasing in frequency and in cost of remediation.
Organizations are embracing video to help them communicate more effectively with their workers, according to new study from BT and Cisco.
A dream come true for Pikachu fans, Pokémon Go can be a nightmare for companies that want to keep their email and cloud-based information secure.
Sungard AS study finds CIO and IT professionals worry most about information security, downtime, and talent acquisition.
With the demand for wireless connectivity in large facilities, DAS technology is an option. From the October 2013 issue.
What is the funniest/weirdest/oddest thing that has ever happened in your facility? These are some highlights from Funny Office Stories. Readers are encouraged to share their own!
Facility management professionals have a hand in many, if not all, of the developments highlighted by CoreNet Global's latest research.
This week's bonus FF post comes courtesy of Wired magazine, which runs an annual Saddest-Cubicle contest. And since Wired caters to the IT audience,...
This is apparently how IT professionals see tech support calls from their side of the fence.
Businesses operating data centers will need to go beyond traditional practices in order to build economically sound facilities.
The new offering is geared to small and medium sized organizations.
Many IT services providers are reconsidering U.S. locations as potential sourcing destinations, including lower cost, mid-sized metropolitan areas and rural communities.
While particle and gaseous contamination resulting from dust and dirt can lead to unexpected shutdowns of critical IT equipment, the connection between contamination and hardware failures is often overlooked.
The slowing economy is having very little effect on demand for IT services, while driving improvements in energy efficiency and resource utilization, according to a recently released report.