Rob Murchison & Tom Shircliff of Intelligent Buildings Discuss Technology in the Age of Acceleration
The Realcomm | IBcon Video Showcase is a monthly feature of carefully curated interviews selected from our Conference LIVE Video Library. It spotlights industry leaders discussing their perspectives and/or what their organizations are doing on a current topic or trend involving the intersection of Commercial and Corporate Real Estate, Technology, Automation and Innovation.
This month's Video Showcase features co-founders Rob Murchison and Tom Shircliff of Intelligent Buildings, a nationally recognized consulting firm that specializes in smart-building consulting, building cybersecurity solutions and managed services for commercial, corporate, campus and government real estate organizations.
Rob and Tom discuss how the adoption of technology with a smarter approach is accelerating and organizations are embracing transformational change.
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