Weekly Briefing

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Telepresence & Immersive Technologies Transforming Events, Meetings and Buildings
Millions around the globe have made the transition to remote work amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Most have settled into the WFH routine and gotten used to interacting with clients and colleagues via video. Meeting this way has kept us connected and enabled business continuity, but something is missing when you remove the physical presence from our communications. Fortunately, change is coming via a technology known as Telepresence, a virtual reality technology that... October 1, 2020 | 3 min read
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CBRS Gives Commercial Real Estate Access to Once-Exclusive Cellular Spectrum
If you could access something highly compelling, yet previously off-limits to all but an exclusive group - such as purchasing pre-IPO shares of the next unicorn company or scoring tickets for the hottest new musical since Hamilton or flying private instead of commercial - you’d jump at the chance, right?... October 1, 2020 | 5 min read
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University of Nebraska-Lincoln on Reopening Campuses Safely
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) strives to offer students the best university experience possible. When COVID-19 impacted campus in March 2020, classes shifted to remote mode. The experience of students and faculty was not optimal during the last few weeks of the Spring 2020 semester.... September 24, 2020 | 5 min read
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Coworking Post-Pandemic: How Has the Industry Outlook Changed?
Back in February, we analyzed why the coworking industry was continuing to grow at such a rapid rate and why landlords were becoming more attracted to this market segment. Less than a month later, a global pandemic changed every aspect of commercial real estate and required significant alterations to projections in the industry.... September 24, 2020 | 5 min read
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Emerging COVID Technologies Showcased at Realcomm | IBcon 2020 Hybrid Event
In March, we needed to make a critical decision about the annual Realcomm | IBcon conference. Our options were postponing to 2021 or holding a virtual event. In many respects pushing to 2021 would have been an easier decision. But after much thoughtful conversation and debate, we surfaced a third option: Adapt an onsite event in combination with a virtual, and we decided to move forward with... September 18, 2020 | 4 min read