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Half of working Americans would lie about cell reception and Wi-Fi access to avoid work calls and email while on vacation.
The first of these network types is familiar to facilities, while the second is emerging. What do you need to know?
In exchange for free WiFi, would you clean a porta-potty? Hug a stray cat? Give a snail a makeover? You might not believe the number of people who unwittingly agreed to do all that, and more.
Focused on making jobsites safer and more productive, a new construction technology system launches with a patented WiFi network.
Attached to a HVAC air filter, this device informs facility teams at the exact time when maintenance is required.
There are many WiFi stats that have come on the market in recent years with a varying degree of cost and capabilities. The question comes down to what you are looking to accomplish, and the user interface can be key.
With the increase in smart devices and wireless technology, one facility manager is looking for feedback from others who have used wifi enabled thermostats.
With the demand for wireless connectivity in large facilities, DAS technology is an option. From the October 2013 issue.
While not quite here yet, going “IP all the way” can reduce the complexity of building system networks. From the July 2013 issue.
When specifying this facility system, managers can leverage existing infrastructure.
If you've been too busy to follow the hype around SXSW, you may have missed the story about one creative agency's marketing experiment undertaken during the event: homeless hotspots.
Google is actively developing a higher-performance version of TiSP specifically tailored to small and medium-sized businesses, including 24-hour, on-site technical support in the event of backup problems, brownouts, and data wipes.