Weekly Briefing

Intel Smart Building Design Achieves IT and OT Readiness for a Data-Centric Future
For decades, enterprises have included smart technologies in their buildings to gain operational efficiencies, save maintenance costs, and make their offices more user-friendly. While these companies may have experienced incremental gains from individual measures like smart temperature controls, the main value of these systems comes from integrating them into a single platform.... October 15, 2020 | 6 min read
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CRE Investment Management Digital Transformation: The White Glove Experience for Greater ROI
Digital transformation in the business world is no longer new, but commonplace, as companies seek numerous opportunities to differentiate their brand. Unfortunately, business operations in some areas of real estate are lagging, especially in backend processes. As buildings become smarter, building managers and owners are looking for ways to streamline processes and make them smarter too. ... October 15, 2020 | 4 min read
Brookfield and Vornado Executives: COVID Impact on Offices, RE Tech and the Economy
New York City is historically one of the most vibrant cities on the planet and a barometer of the world economy. However, the COVID-induced economic and societal slowdown has left New York like many other cities - eerily quiet and slowly, cautiously reopening its doors to bustling city life.... October 8, 2020 | 5 min read
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When It Comes to Your Smart Building Network, Different Equals Smart
Building networks today serve a different purpose than they used to. Instead of just managing building systems and basic telephony, these networks are getting smarter, driving the occupant experience and pushing the boundaries on how we collect, move and process data. At the heart of the network is connectivity that needs to last the life of the building, delivering bandwidth and power to support the technology inside the building.... October 8, 2020 | 4 min read
Telepresence and 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