Web Exclusives Articles
Expanded stories from guest contributors are included within this category. FacilityBlog Web Exclusives share knowledge from industry experts on very specific subject areas. Case studies and application stories are posted here frequently.
Gesture Technology For Access ControlAugust 22nd, 2014
Just as mouse technology revolutionized the computer interface, gesture technology is expected to change how users interact with access control systems.
Web Exclusive: How To Empower Energy And Facility Managers With AnalyticsAugust 19th, 2014
Because analytics empowers energy efficiency, it saves money. Because analytics enables fms to focus on ROI of projects, it can help to increase corporate
Company Secrets Going Out the Window?August 14th, 2014
Specialized window film can prevent hackers from obtaining "company secrets" through a facility's windows. Government agencies are already using this defense
Managing Multi-Site Retail Bank FacilitiesAugust 7th, 2014
This article by experts at DTZ recognizes that no matter the industry, facility managers are faced with diverse issues, particularly as the number of locations they’re responsible for increases.
Transformation ManagementJuly 28th, 2014
This strategic planning term may not be as familiar to facility managers as its more commonly used cousin: Change
Cloud-Ready Office Space A Key Criterion?July 18th, 2014
Global IT traffic has increased more than fourfold in the past five years and will increase threefold over the next five years, according to a 2013 report from
Roofing Contractors Recognized For InstallationsJuly 10th, 2014
The 2014 Partner in Quality Award from Firestone Building Products highlights 189 outstanding roofing
Vertical Planes Are The Future Of The OfficeJuly 7th, 2014
In considering the future of the office, vertical planes—or walls—are one of the most under-used surfaces. Conceptual applications incorporate V.I.A.—or vertical intelligent architecture—as a way to create intelligent
Commentary: Why Climate Change MattersJune 26th, 2014
Jeff Johnson, chief science officer at Schneider Electric, notes that quantifying the forces at play, both man-made and natural, is still a work in progress—as is accurately projecting future