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Environmental. Social. Governance.

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Environmental. Social. Governance.
These Three Words Combine to Form a Powerful Concept that is Pulsating Throughout the Built Environment

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The Workplace. Post COVID

The workplace, post-COVID.  What will it look like? How will it function? How must it operate? How will occupants interact with it? The pandemic has forced workplaces to re-evaluate the role of offices within their company structure.

As companies redesign their workplaces and the convergence of the operational side with the workplace management side continues to occur, the role of offices in creating safe, productive, and enjoyable experiences for occupants is a well-planned reimagination which can generate improved collaboration and productivity, an increased focus on sustainability, lower operating costs, trust, and smarter buildings.

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October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

“Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart.”

Now in its 18th year, Cybersecurity Awareness Month - observed every October, continues to be a collaborative effort between government and industry to ensure both businesses and consumers are aware of the cybersecurity pitfalls and have the resources and knowledge to stay safer and more secure online.

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Delivering Smarter Buildings

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Delivering smarter buildings is not new. It has been a topic of discussion for years. Delivering smart buildings, or at least the vision of one, originated in the early 1980s as seen from these excerpts from the New York Times:

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Insights and Perspectives: A View from a Technology and Solution Provider

The built environment is in its most transformative and compelling period we have seen over the last twenty-five years.

The pandemic has stress-tested the built environment in unexpected and unwelcome ways. It has revealed new vulnerabilities and exposed old inefficiencies. New technologies and increased functions from existing control systems have helped us adapt. Painful as it has been—the pandemic shockwave—brought greater clarity of vision on how buildings and facilities must now perform, be managed, and operate.

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